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    West Lincoln

    West Lincoln was inspired by true events of a young man growing up in the neighborhood of Diamond Hill-Jarvis within the city of Fort Worth, TX.


    Uploaded May 5, 2014

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    West Lincoln

    Directed by Anthony Marquez / Logan Gilpin 2012 90 min


    Uploaded May 5, 2014
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    West Lincoln

    The violence escalated in the two communities and throughout the city , especially in the Northside community where the shooter was from. It wasn’t until the killer was convicted and sentenced to prison that the violence stopped and the family and communities were finally put to ease. Although West Lincoln is a fictional community, the setting for West Lincoln is within Fort Worth, 1995

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