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I wouldn't be able to speak.

by accidentaltourist on December 16, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I don't know how the Newtown parents have the strength to give statements. I don't understand how anyone can even ask or expect that of them.

I think I would have to be drugged into unconsciousness for an indefinite period. I cannot imagine the pain.

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