Police investigate a crime scene after two people were shot on the near Westside on June 15, 2016 in Chicago, Illinois. Scott Olson/Getty Images/AFP
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Chicago man shot and killed while live streamingJust a day after an extremist attacked a French police couple and broadcast himself inside their home on Facebook Live, a man in Chicago was shot and killed while video streaming on the social network this week.Wednesday's shooting, taking place just a few days after the Orlando, Florida massacre at a gay nightclub, was a stark depiction of the gun violence that has plagued the United States and fueled a rise in murders in one of its premier cities.In the Facebook Live video, Antonio Perkins, 28, inadvertently captured his own murder. Officials say Perkins was a documented gang member, but people who knew the man told Chicago TV station WGN that he was no longer in a gang and that he was likely not the intended target of the shooting.
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