Mary Sanchez

January 15, 2014

As baby Brooklyn heals from gunshot, other trauma must be addressed

Brooklyn Murff didn’t die last September when she was shot in the head in a spray of bullets from a drive-by shooting. She’s not a homicide victim. But the whole family are victims now. The damage doesn’t show up in spreadsheets and tallies. It’s the invasive way trauma undercuts people’s lives after a violent crime.

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