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    Greg Dyksma talks about his son Nicholas Tanner Dyksma, an 18-year-old Northside High School graduate, who died in 2015 after a high-speed chase with law enforcement personnel.

Greg Dyksma talks about his son Nicholas Tanner Dyksma, an 18-year-old Northside High School graduate, who died in 2015 after a high-speed chase with law enforcement personnel. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer
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A father’s anger, a lawsuit against Harris County and lingering distrust

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