Olijawon Griffin,18 was fatally stabbed Saturday in the Woodley Park Metro station : News Photo

Olijawon Griffin,18 was fatally stabbed Saturday in the Woodley Park Metro station

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WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 18: Eve Smith, 17, of Kensington, Maryland learned Olijawon's death and was the only one so far to put down flowers and create a makeshift memorial for him at the Woodley Park Metro Station in Washington, D.C.on November 18, 2012. Eve says she knew of Olijawon through a mutual friend. When she heard about his death she says, I wish I had gotten to know him more and figured, If I started this memorial then other people will follow. Olijawon Griffin,18 was fatally stabbed Saturday in the Woodley Park Metro station after a dispute with teenagers who had robbed him earlier. (Photo by: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 18: Eve Smith, 17, of Kensington, Maryland learned Olijawon's death and was the only one so far to put down flowers and create a makeshift memorial for him at the Woodley Park Metro Station in Washington, D.C.on November 18, 2012. Eve says she knew of Olijawon through a mutual friend. When she heard about his death she says, I wish I had gotten to know him more and figured, If I started this memorial then other people will follow. Olijawon Griffin,18 was fatally stabbed Saturday in the Woodley Park Metro station after a dispute with teenagers who had robbed him earlier. (Photo by: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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Eve Smith of Kensington Maryland learned Olijawon's death and was the... News Photo 1566878022012-11-19 00:04:03.000,Creativity,D.C.on,Death,Eve Smith,Flower,Horizontal,Human Interest,Kensington, Maryland,Makeshift,Moving Activity,Olijawon,Temporary Memorial,USA,Washington DC,Wisdom,Woodley Park Metro StationPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2012 The Washington PostWASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 18: Eve Smith, 17, of Kensington, Maryland learned Olijawon's death and was the only one so far to put down flowers and create a makeshift memorial for him at the Woodley Park Metro Station in Washington, D.C.on November 18, 2012. Eve says she knew of Olijawon through a mutual friend. When she heard about his death she says, I wish I had gotten to know him more and figured, If I started this memorial then other people will follow. Olijawon Griffin,18 was fatally stabbed Saturday in the Woodley Park Metro station after a dispute with teenagers who had robbed him earlier. (Photo by: Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post via Getty Images)