COLUMBIA — When Connie McClellan walked onto her front lawn in Oakland Manor on the night of Sept. 27, 2006, the sight spread out before her was, “just magnificent.” Up the hill near the park just east of her home, Connie could see police flashers blocking the street and a trickle of candlelight, marching single file, advancing slowly towards her down the north side of the sidewalk.
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