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“What we know about the victims of the Texas school shooting in Uvalde so far
MEREDITH DELISO, KIARA ALFONSECA, MILES COHEN and MARY KEKATOS
Wed, May 25, 2022, 10:19 PM·6 min read
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The above disclaimer, posted on your article webpage
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regarding removal of the comment section of this article is a pile of bovine excrement.
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You have no one to blame but yourselves.
You are the instigators of the repartee which followed therein. Such is true whenever encouraging an emotional reaction to the reported context!
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