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As December approaches, so does the anniversary of a very tragic shooting.

Six people killed and 19 wounded aboard a Long Island Railroad train, the acts of a lone gunman.

Filmmaker  Charlie Minn’s documentary recounts that solemn day which changed many lives and honors the victims.

Minn sat down with the Morning News to talk about what the film means to him and how he thinks the media should approach covering mass shootings.


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  • Marie

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