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File - In this April 21, 2015 file photo, Robert Bates, second from right, leaves his arraignment in Tulsa, Okla. Bates, a 73-year-old Tulsa County reserve deputy, fatally shot a suspect who was pinned down by officers. Attorneys for the man killed have released a report that says Bates didn’t receive special treatment for admittance into the advanced deputy program, but that he did receive special treatment once admitted. With Bates are his daughter, Leslie McCreary, right, and an unidentified grandson, left.  (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki, File)
2009 memo describes concerns about Oklahoma reserve deputy2009 memo describes concerns about reserve deputy now charged in restrained suspect's death
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Jury convicts 3 of manslaughter Florida A&M hazing deathJurors convict last 3 defendants of manslaughter in hazing death of Florida A&M drum major
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In this Feb. 2015 photo released by Mission Memorial Day and Josh Jespersen, Brian McPherson, left, and Josh Jespersen pose for a photo while skiing on Cottonwood Pass near near Buena Vista, Col. McPherson and Jespersen are two of four military veterans who are aiming to summit North America's tallest mountain, Mount McKinley in Alaska, on Memorial Day. (Mission Memorial Day via AP)
Military vets plan to summit peak in Memorial Day tributeMilitary veterans plan to summit North America's tallest mountain in Memorial Day tribute
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Flight runs into pressurization issues, passengers evaluatedDenver airport: Flight runs into pressurization issues, passengers evaluated
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A Starbucks store closes Friday, April 24, 2015, in Phoenix because of computer issues. Starbucks says a sales register computer glitch has disrupted sales at company-operated stores in the United States and Canada.  The company apologized to customers for the inconvenience late Friday and said it was working to resolve the outage. Customers found some stores closed and others offering free coffee. (AP Photo/Traci Carl)
Starbucks: Computer outage fixed; stores to reopen SaturdayStarbucks: Computer outage fixed that disrupted sales in US, Canada; stores to reopen Saturday
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