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Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992 Chapter Summary & Analysis - The War Zone, Execution Style Summary

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The War Zone, Execution Style Summary

Chris Oh, Walter Park's stepson, reports that when Walter was shot he pressed down on his car's accelerator and ran into a telephone pole. An African-American woman in the car behind him saw what happened and said it was an African-American who shot him. Oh says that he heard that the gunman came up to his stepfather's car when he was at a stoplight, broke the window on the driver's side, and shot him in the head, at close range, execution style.

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