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Texas teen seen damaging car at dealership before being killed by cops

A new surveillance video shows 19-year-old Christian Taylor vandalizing property at a Buick GMC car dealership. A white rookie officer responding to the burglary in progress fatally shot Taylor. The officer is now on administrative leave while the teen's family is demanding answers. Omar Villafranca reports from Arlington, Texas.
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