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L.A. Now Live: A daily conversation with The Times newsroom

October 12, 2012 |  8:07 am

The Anaheim police officer who fatally shot an unarmed man in July, spurring unrest in the city, is a four-year officer who uses the nickname "Buckshot."

Tennis umpire Lois Goodman, charged with bludgeoning and stabbing to death her 80-year-old husband in April with a coffee mug, has passed a lie-detector test administered by a former FBI examiner in which she denied killing her husband, according to her attorneys.

These and other crime-related developments this week will be the subject of today's L.A. Now Live chat starting at 9 a.m. with Times staff writer/crime reporter Richard Winton. Please join us and bring your questions.

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