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Utah boy shot dead by police was bipolar, autistic By Nate Carlisle and Sheena McFarland The Salt Lake Tribune Published Mar 19, 2012 08:02PM MDT Magna • For being just 15 years old, Sean Morrison had a lot of problems. His mother, Jayne Morrison, said her son had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and autism, and had been depressed recently. Last month, his father was arrested for allegedly ...

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