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Topic - Mark Barden
Mark Barden, whose 7-year-old son was killed in the 2012 Sandy Hook shootings, has a message for the heartbroken father of one of the University of California, Santa Barbara, shooting victims: "You are not alone."
"Dear Richard Martinez," Mr. Barden wrote on the Facebook page for Sandy Hook Promise, a group dedicated
"You will find your own path down this difficult road," he writes. "But know that we are here for you and all of you who have been touched by this tragedy. Together we can and will build a safer world for all our children."