Fayette County

July 18, 2010 12:00 AM

Families, friends say murder charge makes no sense

By all accounts, Jamar Mays and Ali Shalash were like brothers. The two boys had been close for so long, no one seems to be able to recall much about their time apart. They met in middle school and quickly became buddies.

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