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19 January 2006

Washington Post

Everything seemed just fine in Kenneth Barnes's life a few years ago. He was an older student at Loyola College in Maryland, pursuing a degree in clinical psychology. He had a caring wife and a 37-year-old son, Kenneth Barnes Jr., who owned a clothing business. Then his phone rang on Sept. 24, 2001, and his life changed forever. Barnes's wife told him their son was killed at his clothing store, Boutique U, after James Davon Hill, then 18, walked into the store and... (GunPolicy.org)

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