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Johnny Bobbitt Jr. will get his $400,000.

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A lawyer for Johnny Bobbitt, the homeless veteran whose kindness to a stranger inspired a $400,000 GoFundMe campaign, said Tuesday that all of the money raised for his client is gone.

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Tiffany Tabares isn’t sure what to do, so she sits quietly outside the 7-Eleven store where her 27-year-old son was fatally shot on the morning of Sept. 22 during a confrontation with a Huntington Beach, Calif., police officer.

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A 62-year-old Army veteran who saved two teenagers from a vicious assault in Denver, Colorado, and was then killed by the assailant is being hailed a hero, CNN reports.

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