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Cold Case: 'If we don't have hope, we don't have anything'

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Moriba Salim Hylton had returned to his old neighborhood to celebrate his new teaching job when someone gunned him down. Four years later, his sister is still waiting for answers about the death of her brother, a 27-year-old artist who had just signed on to work at a D.C. charter school. "We really want to press the issue that there are people that we really feel know exactly who did it," Aneka...

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