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A Michigan woman whose 18-year-old son was fatally shot in 2009 in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity has written a play about the unsolved killing.
The Saginaw News reports tickets go on sale Thursday for the Dec. 8 premiere of "Speak Up! Speak Out! A Mother's Cry Against Violence" at Temple Theatre in Saginaw.
Tiffanny Goodman wrote and produced the play. Her son, Ste'von, was shot March 12, 2009, while driving in the Saginaw area. Goodman held auditions this summer and says she hopes the play will inspire someone to bring information to police. She also wants people to reconsider "no snitch" attitudes.
Surveillance video shows the shooter in a white Chevrolet Suburban, along with witnesses watching a car chase that ended with gunfire.
Information from: The Saginaw News, http://www.mlive.com/saginaw
Thursday, October 25 2012, 09:05 AM EDT
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