The Rev. Cameron Faller, right, and Julio Escobar of Restorative Justice Ministry conduct a vigil July 6 on Pier 14 in San Francisco for Kathryn Steinle, who was fatally shot July 1, allegedly by a Mexican national who had been deported multiple times.
The Rev. Cameron Faller, right, and Julio Escobar of Restorative Justice Ministry conduct a vigil July 6 on Pier 14 in San Francisco for Kathryn Steinle, who was fatally shot July 1, allegedly by a Mexican national who had been deported multiple times. Beck Diefenbach The Associated Press
The Rev. Cameron Faller, right, and Julio Escobar of Restorative Justice Ministry conduct a vigil July 6 on Pier 14 in San Francisco for Kathryn Steinle, who was fatally shot July 1, allegedly by a Mexican national who had been deported multiple times. Beck Diefenbach The Associated Press

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July 18, 2015 05:00 PM

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