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UF Students & Campus Police Chief Meet Over Recent Shooting of Graduate Student

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It’s been more than a month since a University of Florida campus police officer shot a graduate student at his “on campus” residence. Police officers claim the man came at them with a pole and a knife and was a threat. Even though some time has passed, the cries for justice are still loud. As Vic Micolucci reports, late Friday afternoon (April 2nd) a student group met with University of Florida Administrators and Campus Police officials.

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