Rallies for slain Bronx teen enter 5th week

THE BRONX - The rallies for an unarmed Bronx teenager shot and killed by police have entered a fifth straight week.

Ramarley Graham's family and friends have been walking for justice from the 18-year-old's East 229th Street home to the 47th Precinct. Graham died during a drug raid gone wrong back in February.

Participants say the protests will continue for 18 weeks to signify Graham's age when he was killed.

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