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When students marched to oppose anti-immigration policies today in downtown LA, they dedicated the march to Anthony Soltero. 14-year-old Soltero killed himself, his family says, because school administrators threatened him with jail for participating in a student walkout. His funeral was this morning.

Meanwhile, today's march has sparked a math crisis in some of the city's best local newsrooms.

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CBS2/KCAL9 TV/AP: Thousands March In Support Of Illegal Immigrants
LA Times: Several hundred people, including many students, marched through downtown LA

The first story counts 3,000 marchers turning out today; the second just "several hundred." Why would the LA Times underreport the number of marchers — by thousands?

We know for sure that there were at least two blogger-photographers there — Dave Bullock and Don Garza. This time, the photo we've borrowed is Don's.