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11-year-old Chicago boy shot to death sang rap songs 'about putting the guns down'

CHICAGO - Next to basketball, 11-year-old Jechon Anderson's greatest passion was singing rap with his stepfather.

"He'd record him doing positive raps about putting the guns down," said Jechon's aunt, Pamela Pittman. "Putting guns down in the street."

Early Monday, the boy's family found the boy lying on the bathroom floor in his father's home, a gunshot wound

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