A woman on Sunday placed a candle on the altar during a prayer service at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, in Lafayette, La., for the victims of The Grand 16 theater shooting last week. John Russell Houser stood up about 20 minutes into Thursday night's showing of “Trainwrec” and fired on the audience with a semi-automatic handgun. The shooting has prompted new calls for security in movie theaters.
A woman on Sunday placed a candle on the altar during a prayer service at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, in Lafayette, La., for the victims of The Grand 16 theater shooting last week. John Russell Houser stood up about 20 minutes into Thursday night's showing of “Trainwrec” and fired on the audience with a semi-automatic handgun. The shooting has prompted new calls for security in movie theaters. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press
A woman on Sunday placed a candle on the altar during a prayer service at the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, in Lafayette, La., for the victims of The Grand 16 theater shooting last week. John Russell Houser stood up about 20 minutes into Thursday night's showing of “Trainwrec” and fired on the audience with a semi-automatic handgun. The shooting has prompted new calls for security in movie theaters. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press

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