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Sunday, 20 July 2008

Young men and women bid farewell yesterday to slain gang member Roger Chin

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Young men and women bid farewell yesterday to slain gang member Roger Chin.
And as they gathered at the Chapel of the Bells, they were closely watched by both police and other criminal characters in a black SUV with tinted windows.
The 23-year-old Chin became Calgary's latest casualty of gang violence on July 5, when a hail of bullets hit his SUV. All the attention surrounding Chin's private farewell appeared to be unwelcome. But Organized Crime Operation Centre Det. Gord Eiriksson said police had to attend the funeral to protect public safety.
"We have had events where gang members have come to funerals with handguns," he said.

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