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"We didn't intentionally start all this—before all this happened, I was just a normal biker," said one of the teen organizers of today's solidarity bike run.
"If someone...has been empowered by holding his gun and going abusing it and killing innocent people, he should not be entitled to do the same work."
Diallo's mother called it "a stab in the heart."
Constance Malcolm, mother of Ramarley Graham, was joined by the mothers of other young men who lost their lives at the hands of the NYPD.
Kenneth Boss, now 41, fired five out of the 41 bullets launched against Diallo, 24, when he and his fellow officers mistook Diallo for an armed rape suspect in February 1999.
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