Man fatally shot by police

Sharon Shaw, center,  mother of victim, Raason Shaw, and one of her daughters breaks through the yellow tape and is confronted by police, after police-involved shooting in the 62nd block of S. Rhodes, early Saturday March 29, 2014.

( Abel Uribe / Chicago Tribune / March 29, 2014 )

Sharon Shaw, center, mother of victim, Raason Shaw, and one of her daughters breaks through the yellow tape and is confronted by police, after police-involved shooting in the 62nd block of S. Rhodes, early Saturday March 29, 2014.

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