By Debra Evans. It was night, August 19,1991. Leroy White pulled his van up to a neighborhood convenience store just as he had hundreds of times before. He quickly walked over to his wife Deborah and their fifteen-year-old son Jason, waiting for him by the gasoline pump. Minutes earlier, Leroy had arrived home from a committee meeting when the phone rang. It was Deborah asking him to bring some cash to the conve
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