Mary Sanchez

September 15, 2013 8:04 PM

There’s no such thing as a stray bullet

“There is somebody, somewhere, who is responsible for every bullet fired,” Melvin Wackerle said after his daughter, Deanna L. Lieber, was killed last year while driving her family home from Starlight Theatre. He’s right. It’s a matter of accountability. The connotation of a bullet “straying” seemingly exonerates the shooters, as if there was no intent to harm.

Related content