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Help Get Justice for Lorenzo Jimenez

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This comes from former contributor Paulette Greenhouse:

Lorenzo Jimenez was an amazing brother, son, and friend taken from us too soon. Family and friends remember him most for his beautiful smile, which was often followed up by his contagious laugh. He influenced me more than I ever realized, teaching me the importance of doing things that made me happy. Sadly, Lorenzo was a victim of the very present gang violence that plagues cities across the United States. Please join us in raising awareness of Lorenzo’s story and the many other similar stories of the victims to these horrible crimes. If you have any possibly related information to this incident, please contact the SFPD. Please visit and ‘Like’ the Lorenzo Jimenez Memorial Page  for more ways to get involved. Thanks in advance for your help. #JusticeForLorenzo. Here is the police sketch:


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