Gun violence


“My son Gary lived here and went to West Montgomery. After he graduated, he went up to the North to get a job. He was up there about a year when he was shot and killed due to gun violence.” That was the event, according to Marlene Miller-Pratt, that changed her life forever back in 1998. 

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