Allegedly, This Man Was Murdered Because GPS Brought Him To The Wrong House

Allegedly, This Man Was Murdered Because GPS Brought Him To The Wrong House

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Rodrigo Abad Diaz, a 22-year-old man, was shot and killed after he pulled into the wrong driveway, Diaz's friends allege.  Diaz's friends, who were passengers in the car, say they were trying to pick up another friend to go ice skating but GPS brought them to the wrong house, The...
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