'No more names': Gun control advocate...

'No more names': Gun control advocates rally in New Brunswick

There are 1 comment on the The Jersey Journal story from Sep 4, 2013, titled 'No more names': Gun control advocates rally in New Brunswick. In it, The Jersey Journal reports that:

NEW BRUNSWICK - It did not take long for Dianthe Dawn Martinez to make use of the tissue in her hand as the talked about the slaying of her brother in Newark in 2007.

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Marauder

Anchorage, AK

#1 Sep 5, 2013
"It did not take long for Dianthe Dawn Martinez to make use of the tissue in her hand as the talked about the slaying of her brother in Newark in 2007."

"Speaking to a crowd of mostly like-minded gun control advocates on the Rutgers University campus today, Martinez lost her composure and began to cry as she described how she still feels Khary Orr's loss every day, and implored Congress to pass a new law that would require background checks for every gun purchase."

Gee, I wonder how she feels about her brother being lumped in with terrorists, murders and other criminals that died at the hands of Police Officers or justifiable homicides by those protecting themselves.

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