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How did two TV stations get duped by a fake suicide story?

KGUN, KVOA IN DAMAGE CONTROL AFTER AIRING FALSE-SUICIDE STORY On the heels of the death of a 10-year-old boy struck by a Pima County Sheriff's Deputy, television stations KGUN TV 9 and KVOA TV 4 reported another sad twist in the situation…

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