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Christian Estrosi (left), mayor of Nice, France; Yann Turk (center), son of Nice jeweler Stephan Turk; and elected city officials take part in a rally supporting the elder Mr. Turk on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Outrage is growing over the decision to bring manslaughter charges against the jeweler, 67, who was confined at home with an electronic bracelet after the shooting last week that left a teenage robber dead in the street outside Mr. Turk's jewelry store. An accomplice escaped on a motorbike. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)
Photo by: Lionel Cironneau
Christian Estrosi (left), mayor of Nice, France; Yann Turk (center), son of Nice jeweler Stephan Turk; and elected city officials take part in a rally supporting the elder Mr. Turk on Monday, Sept. 16, 2013. Outrage is growing over the decision to bring manslaughter charges against the jeweler, 67, who was confined at home with an electronic bracelet after the shooting last week that left a teenage robber dead in the street outside Mr. Turk's jewelry store. An accomplice escaped on a motorbike. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau)

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