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Mother of man killed by Kansas City, Missouri, police says deadly force was uncalled for

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Mother of man killed by Kansas City, Missouri, police says deadly force was uncalled for

Mother of man killed by Kansas City, Missouri, police says deadly force was uncalled for

A local family is looking for answers after they say police shot and killed their loved one.

On Dec.

3, Kansas City police shot and killed Cameron Lamb, 26, in his back yard and the family says they still don't know why.

As Kansas City police investigate what led up to the shooting, an attorney working for the family is doing his own investigation.

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