NEW YORK — The Rev. Al Sharpton delivered a fiery call for justice Friday as family, friends and and total strangers packed a Harlem church for a heartfelt farewell to subway chokehold victim Jordan Neely.

The service at the Mount Neboh Baptist Church began with a 9 a.m. private viewing for mourners inside the building, followed by the funeral honoring the 30-year-old victim in the high profile case.

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