King Carter’s dad, Santonio Carter, center in white, addresses about 200 people who marched in memory of the 6-year old Monday night in Charles Hadley Park in Liberty City.
King Carter’s dad, Santonio Carter, center in white, addresses about 200 people who marched in memory of the 6-year old Monday night in Charles Hadley Park in Liberty City. CHRISTINA VEIGA cveiga@miamiherald.com
King Carter’s dad, Santonio Carter, center in white, addresses about 200 people who marched in memory of the 6-year old Monday night in Charles Hadley Park in Liberty City. CHRISTINA VEIGA cveiga@miamiherald.com

Liberty City community marches for 6-year-old killed by stray bullet

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