More than 500 people gathered to mourn the loss of 19-year-old Nishon Joseph, an outgoing Benjamin Cardozo HS graduate who was gunned down on a school playground two weeks ago, at the J. Foster Phillips Funeral Home Saturday morning in St. Albans.
Joseph, who lived with his younger brother in Cambria Heights, was killed Dec. 10 in the playground of PS 30 right next to the 113th Precinct station house in Rochdale Village.
The service was short and Joseph was not eulogized by family or friends. While Joseph
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