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Family of Miriam Carey, of Stamford, demands answers one year after she was shot near the White House

A silent protest will be held today in Washington, D.C. for a Stamford woman shot and killed last year. Miriam Carey was shot to death by law enforcement after she tried to ram a gate at the White

News 12 Staff

Oct 3, 2014, 3:56 PM

Updated 3,546 days ago

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A silent protest will be held today in Washington, D.C. for a Stamford woman shot and killed last year.
Miriam Carey was shot to death by law enforcement after she tried to ram a gate at the White House and led police on a chase.
Her 14-month-old daughter was in the backseat of her car at the time.
Carey's family and friends say they want more information about why she was killed.


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