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(Vancouver, WA)  --  A team of Washington state prosecutors are ruling that a Clark County sheriff's deputy was justified when he shot and killed an unarmed Black man during a traffic stop in February.  The team ruled Monday that Deputy Sean Boyle "acted in good faith" when he shot 30-year-old Jenoah Donald.  Boyle had ordered Donald out of his car during the traffic stop when the car started moving forward, prompting Boyle to open fire.  Donald died at a hospital.  Donald's family plans to file a wrongful death lawsuit.
 

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