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The Kate Steinle verdict will please few, and be manipulated by many – LA Times

Some moments after Garcia Zarate’s inauspicious discovery, a 32-year-old woman who had been walking along the pier lay dying in her father’s arms. “Help me, dad,” Kathryn Steinle said, in what would be her last words. Garcia Zarate, a Mexican national deported five times, was arrested for her killing, which prosecutors claimed had been intentional. Defense attorneys argued that the fatal bullet, which ricocheted off the pier’s concrete surface before hitting Steinle, had been fired by accident, launched from the barrel of an overly-sensitive weapon.

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