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Silence

Jenry Gonzalez was shot in a crowded park while trying out for Pop Warner football. His unsolved shooting shows how reversing Boston's climate of witness fear will take a lot more than pulling "Stop Snitchin'" T-shirts off the shelves.

By Neil Swidey
February 26, 2006

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Click the play button above to hear Jenry Gonzalez's description of what happened at Carter Playgound IN THE EARLY MORNING OF AUGUST 2, 2004, THE 11-YEAR-OLD boy was emerging after a horrendous night of heart and lung surgery. With tubes in his mouth and down his throat, Jenry Gonzalez was in no position to talk. So his mother, standing beside ... (Full article: 5067 words)

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