Pro Gun Control Group Hold Memorial On Anniversary Of Sandy Hook School Shooting : News Photo

Pro Gun Control Group Hold Memorial On Anniversary Of Sandy Hook School Shooting

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CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 14: Pam Bosley holds a picture of her son Terrell Bosley, 18, during a gathering of gun violence victims and gun control advocates at Cornell Square Park on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting December 14, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Thirteen people, including a three-year-old boy, were wounded when gunmen opened fire on a crowd gathered at the basketball courts in Cornell Square Park in September. Twenty children and 6 adults were killed when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook School. Terrell, a college freshman, was shot and killed while carrying equipment into his church prior to choir practice on April 4, 2006. More than 400 people have been murdered in Chicago so far this year, most by gunfire. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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CHICAGO, IL - DECEMBER 14: Pam Bosley holds a picture of her son Terrell Bosley, 18, during a gathering of gun violence victims and gun control advocates at Cornell Square Park on the anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting December 14, 2013 in Chicago, Illinois. Thirteen people, including a three-year-old boy, were wounded when gunmen opened fire on a crowd gathered at the basketball courts in Cornell Square Park in September. Twenty children and 6 adults were killed when a gunman opened fire at Sandy Hook School. Terrell, a college freshman, was shot and killed while carrying equipment into his church prior to choir practice on April 4, 2006. More than 400 people have been murdered in Chicago so far this year, most by gunfire. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
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