Parents of slain teen convinced he was set up by a gang

Parents of the Norwalk teen who was fatally shot last Friday say they are convinced their son was set up by a gang.The parents of

NORWALK - Parents of the Norwalk teen who was fatally shot last Friday say they are convinced their son was set up by a gang.

The parents of Amos Brown Jr. say they believe the killing was possible retaliation for a murder he was acquitted of in 2008.

In the previous case, Brown was acquitted as the judge ruled his actions were self-defense.

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