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SHOTS IN THE DARK

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On the morning of May 14, 2010, Kedrick Ali Morrow told his mother the world would one day know his name.

Less than 24 hours later, Morrow, an 18-year-old aspiring rapper who was one month away from graduating from high school and receiving a $26,000-a-year scholarship to St. John's University, was shot and killed at a Springfield Gardens party thrown by a friend.

His mother, Shenee Johnson, is now trying to keep his memory alive.

Read the full story, watch audio slideshows and see a map of the 2010 homicides at www.timesledger.com/shotsinthedark.

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