Pleas for an end to violence as a Minneapolis toddler is laid to rest

Family of Terrell Mayes remember the three-year-old as an energetic child who liked to watch Spongebob Squarepants cartoons. But those speaking at his funeral Wednesday also say he's another reason to halt violence.
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Family of Terrell Mayes remember the three-year-old as an energetic child who liked to watch Spongebob Squarepants cartoons. But those speaking at his funeral Wednesday also say he's another reason to halt violence.

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