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3 May 2005

Philippine Daily Inquirer

Antigun crusader Nandy Pacheco was 9 years old when he took part in the Death March, a tortuous 100-km walk that killed thousands of Filipinos and Americans during World War II. He toddled off with family members and other relatives in the march from the towns of Mariveles to Balanga in Bataan province. On the second day, he witnessed something on the road that would change him forever. "The image is still very clear in my mind," Pacheco told the Inquirer. "There was... (

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