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CRIME SHOOTING
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October 30, 2000
People attend a candlelight vigil at the West Los Angeles police station October 30, 2000 in Los Angeles...
Los Angeles, USA
PEOPLE ATTEND CANDLELIGHT VIGIL FOR SLAIN ACTOR ANTHONY LEE IN LOS ANGELES.
People attend a candlelight vigil at the West Los Angeles police station October 30, 2000 in Los Angeles in memory of actor Anthony Dwain Lee (pictured at right). A Los Angeles police officer responding to a noisy Halloween party early October 28 at a mansion north of Beverly Hills shot and killed the actor, who police said pointed what turned out to be a fake gun at him.

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CRIME SHOOTING
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October 30, 2000
Kirsten Blackburn places a photo of slain actor Anthony Dwain Lee in preparation for a candlelight vigil...
Los Angeles, USA
WOMAN PLACES PICTURE AT CANDLELIGHT VIGIL FOR SLAIN ACTOR LEE IN LOS ANGELES.
Kirsten Blackburn places a photo of slain actor Anthony Dwain Lee in preparation for a candlelight vigil at the West Los Angeles police station October 30, 2000. A Los Angeles police officer responding to a noisy Halloween party early October 28 at a mansion north of Beverly Hills shot and killed the actor, who police said pointed what turned out to be a fake gun at him.

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CRIME SHOOTING
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October 30, 2000
The mansion off Benedict Canyon Road in Los Angeles, October 30, 2000, where actor Anthony Dwain Lee,...
Los Angeles, USA
MANSION WHERE POLICE SHOT COSTUMED HALLOWEEN PARTY GUEST.
The mansion off Benedict Canyon Road in Los Angeles, October 30, 2000, where actor Anthony Dwain Lee, 39, was shot and killed by Los Angeles police as they were responding to a complaint about a noisy Halloween party October 28. A police officer shot and killed the actor, after he pointed what turned out to be a fake gun at the officer. Lee appeared in the 1997 movie "Liar, Liar" and on several television shows including "NYPD Blue." The shooting took place about 1 a.m. at a crowded party attended by scores of costumed guests, many of them actors and other entertainment industry professionals. A candlelight vigil is planned in memory of the late actor October 30 at the West Los Angeles police station.

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