Mary Sanchez

October 6, 2013 5:12 PM

Even a vigil for a shot baby can’t pause the violence

The abrupt way Friday night’s prayer vigil for Brooklyn Murff nearly ended in more violence pretty much captures how Brooklyn got shot. A baby, seriously wounded in a drive-by, because of the adults around her.

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