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Jennifer Davila (left) embraces her son, Jordan, on Jan. 4, 2012, as he is escorted into a park near Cummings Middle School in Brownsville, Texas, after a fatal shooting at the school that morning. Officers summoned to the school shot and killed an eighth-grader after he ignored their order to drop a handgun he was brandishing and instead pointed it at them, police said. (Associated Press/The Brownsville Herald)
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Jennifer Davila (left) embraces her son, Jordan, on Jan. 4, 2012, as he is escorted into a park near Cummings Middle School in Brownsville, Texas, after a fatal shooting at the school that morning. Officers summoned to the school shot and killed an eighth-grader after he ignored their order to drop a handgun he was brandishing and instead pointed it at them, police said. (Associated Press/The Brownsville Herald)

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