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Five members added to panel investigating student death
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BOSTON (AP) -- Five more members have been named to a special panel looking into the fatal police shooting of a college student at a Red Sox celebration last month.

Twenty-one-year-old Victoria Snelgrove died after she was hit in the eye by a pepper-spray pellet as officers tried to control an unruly crowd outside Fenway Park.

Former U.S. Attorney Donald K. Stern was asked last month by Boston Police Commissioner Kathleen O�Toole to lead an independent investigation. The police department also is conducting two internal investigations.

Among the scientists and legal and police specialists named to the panel are retired Superior Court Judge Patrick King and Christopher Stone, a Harvard professor of criminal justice police and management.


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