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Sanford Police Chief Resigning In Wake Of Trayvon Martin Shooting

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Monday, 23 April 2012

Sanford Police Chief Resigning In Wake Of Trayvon Martin ShootingCNN and CBS are reporting that Sanford Police Chief Bill Lee will resign Monday. Lee temporarily stepped down after facing criticism for his investigation into the Trayvon Martin shooting. 

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