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A lot of those kids would've ended up dead, in gangs or in drugs," Dorame said. "I feel like he was just getting started. "Police have no suspects. "Detectives are working morning, noon and night on this case because there's someone out there that shot Mr. Diaz for no apparent reason and that's a dangerous individual," Vazquez said. This week, 13 miles from the shooting, about 150 congregants gathered for their regular Wednesday service in New Beginnings' corner church in a Baldwin Park strip mall. "His labor will not end, his work will be finished," pastor John Euresti told the congregation. "Did they prove anything by shooting him? No. Now many lives will be saved.