. In Colorado, trauma from mass shootings lingers for generations « JO LEE MAGAZINE

Reuters – An 80-year old man, a pair of soldiers in military garb and a 20-year-old student were among the stream of people braving cold mountain winds to lay flowers at one of the makeshift memorials for 10 victims of Colorado’s latest mass shooting.

“We have to re-evaluate our morals and values,” said Mike Tucker, 80, a retired marketing executive. “We seem to have lost the ability to distinguish those.”

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