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Producer gunned down outside recording studio may have been killed by music rivals, FBI say

LOS ANGELES - On a Sunday night nine years ago, musician Kevin Robert Harris II was sitting in his parked car outside an Inglewood studio when a car pulled alongside him and opened fire, emptying numerous rounds into the promising young artist.

Voviette Morgan, FBI special agent in charge of the criminal division in

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