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Police ask community for patience

Officials promise full disclosure in DaVeiga shooting

Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley (center) and Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis, being interviewed at left, were speakers at St. Peter’s Church in Dorchester, where a Community Partnership for Peace and Justice was announced. Suffolk District Attorney Daniel F. Conley (center) and Boston Police Commissioner Edward F. Davis, being interviewed at left, were speakers at St. Peter’s Church in Dorchester, where a Community Partnership for Peace and Justice was announced. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Maria Cramer
Globe Staff / April 13, 2010

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Flanked by ministers and priests, activists in the Cape Verdean community, and political leaders, Boston police officials called on residents yesterday to be patient with them as they investigate the death of Manuel “Junior’’ DaVeiga, who authorities say shot himself in the head. (Full article: 635 words)

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