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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Sharon Rodgers
The girl started playing basketball against her older brother on a raggedy curbside hoop in front of their house. The brother, 16, always won. The sister, 10, always ran inside and cried in her mother's arms.
"When it comes to kids — I don't care whose kids they are — all the kids love Sug, and she loves all the kids," her sister, Sharon, said. "There's nothing that she wouldn't do to get them to do positive things."
"[Sugar] just let me know that if you set out to do anything, anything in the world that you want to do, it's possible to do it," said Sharon, who now works as a nurse in Suffolk. "Don't let hurdles get in your way and stop you — keep going. Keep going, keep pushing forward."