Feds to review cases into hanging deaths of 2 black men

STEFANIE DAZIO Associated Press LOS ANGELES (AP) — Federal authorities will review local investigations into the hanging deaths of two black men in Southern California to determine whether federal law was violated, officials said Monday. Local authorities have said there is no evidence of foul play in the deaths of Robert Fuller in Palmdale and Malcolm Harsch in Victorville and early indications point both to suicide, but sheriffs have pledged to continue to investigate the cases. Monday's announcement follows weekend protests, which were prompted by the initial determination of suicide as the likely cause of death for Fuller. People who participated in a town hall hosted by Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva on Monday also voiced concerns that Fuller and Harsch may have be
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