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Police investigate behavior of Camp fire cleanup workers who posted offensive photos

LOS ANGELES - One photo from the wreckage of the Camp fire's devastating march through the Northern California town of Paradise shows the remains of a charred cat with a glass bottle sticking out of its mouth. In another, two workers

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