One Mass. Father’s Thoughts On America’s Killings
One Massachusetts father knows exactly how grieving parents in Newtown are feeling. Gregory Gibson‘s son was murdered in a Western Massachusetts school shooting 20 years ago.
Upon hearing of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School, Gibson wrote an op-ed for the New York Times, which he read for us.
- Gregory Gibson, father of a son lost to a school shooting and author of “Gone Boy: A Father’s Search For The Truth In His Son’s Murder.” He also wrote the op-ed, “Why America Lets The Killings Continue,” which recently appeared in the New York Times.
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