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FBI opens civil rights investigation into fatal 2018 police shooting of Kansas teenager

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Police shot and killed John Albers, 17, in January 2018 after the teen's friends called 911 to report he was making suicidal comments.
 
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The Johnson County District Attorney said a police officers’ 2018 shooting of a teen was justified, but now the FBI and U.S. Attorney’s Office will take another look.

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