Trial continues for San Francisco pier killing that provoked immigration debate

Kate Steinle, 32, was shot dead while walking on a pier with her father on July 1, 2015.
0:30 | 10/24/17

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Transcript for Trial continues for San Francisco pier killing that provoked immigration debate
The San Francisco now we're testimony resumes this morning in the second degree murder trial of an undocumented. Immigrant. Jose Zarate has admitted he shot Kate Stein Lee as she walked along the famed waterfront. At issue is whether he fired intentionally. Or the gun went off accidentally. His immigration status is not a factor but the shooting two years ago touch up that national debate on immigration. The city had released him from jail even though the federal government wanted to deport him.

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