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america because there's so many so many different styles of politics that are going on right now in america. bad teaching past hurts have judgments, has failures in american history is not something i feel bad at this day and time needs to be just pushed down people's throats as a way of learning in our educational systems here. now, people and there are different parties in america that are wanting to use it as a way to divide our country. i think that most people, bad practice this type barian practice. these type of socialistic activities in america, they're only starting us backwards. they're not pushing those forward. it's been a pleasure having you with us here for this ours friday program here. when you enter national, thank you for joining us. your program returns at the top of the me, the
the heavenly father. thank you for the way that you have blessed and guided us and thank you for our family. this occasion be special as it is unique. we pray in jesus' name, a man looking back sometimes. i mean, this is a difficult memory for all of us to unpack and to try to address it. sometimes it helps, but one of the things was what were we initially concerned about in those early
days? i still wanted taylor to be a happy little boy, and i don't know if how you would be able to handle it. i didn't want the memory to heart to all your life. obviously, the huge concern about the worst ancient, you know, he was out land hole in. so what is he going to have to go through who i was young and i didn't understand what was going on at the time and it was difficult for me to process. and i look back as i guess it wasn't the greatest thing to show everybody on from, from me, i guess a member in distant from people. and it's, i was just the way of knowing. i've been dealing with it, but foot know through family and everything at home,
i got a telephone call from a detective about 2 in the afternoon. she was in intensive care and if they hadn't told me it was kristen, i don't think i would have known that it was. she was just virtually unrecognizable . it was the next morning when we went to her apartment and i went out onto the balcony and there were a bandages bloody bandages needles. but the most dramatic thing i remember, and i still have a very hard time with this. there was actually still a piece of her jaw that was on the on floor of the apartment, the floor of the balcony. and i don't think i even told tristan this before. but
that is probably what brought the whole thing most dramatically home to me. the look at that dr. me now i remember the ceiling, the real it's real. a thought about what it must have been. one of my friends i have to clean up balance pieces of teeth. i'm phones and so much was the i can't imagine what hard for them to has to face that
to be here for the last shot and then a few more set up a how to pull him our friends screaming graham is where i miss lee. so i look around the pole to corner, i see 3 missed in all 3. i'm going out slowly and in service. i turned around start shooting twice her when our friends in gunter allow the parents fall in the ground.
i kinda split, picking up the funding while i look in a walk over there for them. and then i see one is friends when the mcneish direction. others turn around as well. i was away. ah my 1st i feel over the reason being is because i always justify myself. someone did something to me or try to take my life. and it was of everything i dental, i didn't realize how many it will impact once again his life
oh, no, certainly no borders blind to tease as emerged. we don't have authority. we go to the back. the whole world leads to take action and be ready. people are judge governors crisis. we can do better. we should be better. everyone is contributing each in their own way, but we also know that this crisis will not go on forever. the challenge is to response has been massive. so many good people are helping us. it makes it feel very proud that we need together
the guys come to your house and they do have appear. he take whatever measures. yeah. you protect yourself and it was around you. the prosecutor here try to do everything you could to find charges to push. yes, when you guys were in my house and i didn't know if they're armed or not. it was dark. windows were closed. i saw him standing there, i told him to stop. they wouldn't stop. they kept, i don't know where they are doing. and i said ok, i mean in my mind, does it say the whole thing when you asked about 20 or 30 seconds and then i got ugly. it took over half an hour
before the police showed up and stage is not going to come in and do anything until this scene secure in the scene was secure because it took the guy 40 minutes to die as long time cause again assembly. he kept reach and i need to his belt, he wouldn't, he wouldn't roll over and he kept reaching in his pants. i didn't know where i was reaching for. could have been a guy and i was regional for any dare at. meaning he crawled towards me. name collapse and i don't know what his intentions were. he wouldn't, he wouldn't say a word. so, you know, i was still a certified medical person at the time. if i felt the scene was safe, i don't know what i could have done, but i would have done something, you know, trying to help a longer 3040 minutes in my life. i knew that
me, i'm doing my normal routine into the bathroom. i get a shower, brush my teeth and get my hair done. i want matthew as he was in the bathroom while he was up on the counter. i'm not sure why is up on the counter. it was me person talk to my mom's room. i seen the gun lying there on the underneath the left side of the med and i and i walked back into the bathroom with a gun in my hands, out of curiosity, just looking at it and trying to figure out what it does and how to work it
and i so we proceed to, to safety. ah, and then from there on, i talk the gun back, putting a boat around in the chamber. and i just remember matthew says to me, you know, that was a gift from papa to mon or safety. and i didn't answer and then i just hear a gunshot i and so at 8 o'clock that same night, december 1st one by 1 may say good bye and
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