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FACEBOOK LIVE STREAMING Video Of Events Leading Up To Fatal Shooting At Cleveland Dinner Party


Cleveland man charged in deadly accidental shooting at dinner party 'extremely sorry,' attorney says

CLEVELAND, Ohio -- A man accused of accidentally shooting and killing a 27-year-old man at a dinner party that was live-streamed on Facebook Live would "trade places" with the man he's accused of killing, his attorney said. Steven Leannais, 30, made his first court appearance Monday following the shooting that killed Anthony Stanford II. Cleveland Municipal Court Judge Suzan Sweeney set his bond at $10,000. Leannais is charged with third-degree felony involuntary manslaughter Cleveland


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