tv Documentary RT October 10, 2021 4:30pm-5:01pm EDT
ah oh man, one lady reporting a round 4 year old binding a don and accidentally shooting and to them a gun violence is a uniquely american problem. gunfire isn't uncommon around with the local skate. 19 year old man, shot in violence takes the life of a young african american man. every 5 hour is driven out because of where he's been 3 of the young life taken while handling to load it guy. his brother accidentally shot here. we were playing with a gun with me and is recovering after being shot in there called no dad ever. she was, she was virtually recognizable miraculously survived. but with life changing and your family like to watch orders in his house like logic park, intertwined with devastating before as well through the individual has to live
terriers ago my stitches got infected and my face actually exploded. when my 6th jaw replacement failed. that was a low point. i had a stomach too and i would feed myself, ensure several times a day with a syringe. i drool incessantly because i couldn't shut my mouth. when i surgical in point is when my face is as symmetrical as possible and the scars have been
released so that i can move and eat and talk without pain. and basically when the surgeon said or may, this is as good as it gets. then on. now i'm done. oh, when i got out of prison, i don't get a job or all of that. i created a barber shop because i was a toller. i knew okay, well i can do the things i lisa will be
unable to be there barbershop, that really is out of my journey. everybody comes to the barber shop, looking for it. i was station tele, problems with therapist. i mean, we can really therapist and most of us miss is that she will all know they lost their ignore. then these are not being met. so therefore they don't know how to live. so it's easy for them to give up on life. like me, i had a low expectation to life. i accepted that i accept the fact that i made that appointment with the personnel. so why they do things and make them feel my remote for most of the resort, the well ah,
in both of them were covered and blood sugar scream and all my baby. my baby, it's my fault, my fault. the little boy was a brother, toner. i believe he was sitting in the hall outside the doorway. he was keller and a ball sit in position. he had his news with his arms around his knees. he was in a state of shock with her up for there was in school lot. he was in raleigh, a little gun just from rejection from the other boys in
. so i headed out in the, at the 9 stuff, i guess just that particular morning i just forgot a ah panic. that comes to rule in the midst of a situation like that is, is unlike anything else and you recognise even without knowing anything of what is happening, you know, simply from the tone of voice. this is not a good phone call. i did not believe that from the injuries that are billed, that they would sure, well good people have bad things happen to them or tom and i think it was those curious mom
got distracted, didn't, didn't secure the weapon. and little boy found it thought it was a toy, pulled the trigger and shot his brother. i have had 45 surgeries. his 8. i don't remember the 1st 18 because a half and when i was in this, in my coma the surgeries, i've had have a factors. every single part of my by there was
a bond graph from my lower right leg. my head shave down twice, a bond graph from my upper left thigh. a rib taken part of my sky fella. 2 thirds of my right breast was used to rebuild the skin on my face. and a skin graft was taken from my rest. so every single bit of my husband harvison to fix my face thing every day is a struggle physically and chronic pain. but i'm tougher than that. i could take it
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kind of dialogue with the others to see what they can do today. they are so kind of restrict limit if you check your chicken one cabinet. one interesting fall question and from inside question, just completely concentrated on west cult, this will talk about it, but with getting me brothers, i have a good are so maximum question, how many you guys want to change your life? okay, so hopefully in this presentation i will be able to give you some insight on how to do that, how to navigate your way up right here, south love you ah, growing up in the streets in the 80s. there was road name. those dogs
learning a lot of young kids, a single bring on. oh no, no we are. we became what districts for this. we were drug this. you asked us to your killers. we got to a lot of notifications out via guns and guys is accessible through us and we have plenty of and you know, we hear the possession of a gun. it kind of makes you, i'm not afraid anything. any more. i expectations living was very, very short because i know i was spiraling only petroleum and i only had no way out. i got into an altercation at the scaling across threats. and i'll kill somebody.
number young man, 18 years old saying is, i was and i fell go the other way to be murder. and i said to myself, osborne transformed my sub and changed my mind and not deal with every problem or issue. i get into volley. i had to take my mentality, has changed my anger or react and respond to certain things. let me so you guys all raise your hand so you want to change your life around. no gaga, 3 gifts. first give is to give a life. the 2nd gift is to give a reason. and the 3rd one is what? pretty well, exactly freewill and the power choice we subject regarding the choice thing with
it was when can you read the over turkey and just who are happening? i had my shock getting a drug we immediately noticed 3 as you are out for the game. sessions around the corner and i saw that sliding glass door open. i knew it was back again, right around here. then you can see with that door open is kind of working out and you closes shades, you close that door. you can't see, you know, feeling what's inner that i saw to figure standing right there, get door. and they had a lot of my guns piled up on this table right here. that i
just came in the door. and i stood there. i hear and i yielded um to stop 3 times and they were right here. and as soon as they pop that door open and i realized i didn't recognize him and they were panicking, trying to get out and they wouldn't stop. i told him stop 3 times, they wouldn't do it. and so i fired one shot right from there. and he fell right darren, a grass and he would not quit moving and i chased the other guy out there. he jumped in the vehicle. he was pull off and i popped round off right about here in the car, sitting right garrett, so darn close it. like i said, the pair i was too close for his good fortune. so he took off in a car and i just stood here scream. this guy allison,
i bought it, i went to his neighbor and, and she stood over him and that's when he was aggressive towards her and she fire a warning shot near course i was up the street, but he said he'd shot somebody. the guy was not dead, he was hurt for certain. he was out of it. he was not using capable of doing a line, but he's pretty much groaning and but he died. everyone extend fair, tick would take 40 minutes. 30 minutes for the cops got here. pretty brutal watching the guide i i think about what kevin did is pretty brutal is pretty tough to do. pretty tough to live with. you know, i, i know he cried for 2 days. you know, after what happened?
you know, when, as soon as you start thinking about it, you know, i mean what he done but, but then he would come to a realization, i think that he just knew what he did, he had to do. but it was, it was tough on him really was, you know, i mean i, i still don't think that he's really quite come over here fame. no, it's always been a couple of years now with difficult to process the the guilt, the grief and guilt that i have from that day.
like what i think that gone in all that sounds like the biggest thing i i how stupid could i have been you know, like what was that, what was i thinking like what, you know, i was just a constant thing. i just why did this happen? and deal with that. i'll think it's honestly ever something i've ever deal dealt with. dealt with just on the and i've been there. i've come to terms with their out, family and things. my parents have said i reassuring me, and i remember exact things, but no, as a kid, you just believe what your parents age is what you're doing now. but i don't really know how i've dealt with it. honestly. i'm just forgotten about it mailing
with a read, a med welcome into is out who's warning in agree the thing is phrased this morning and dedicate ourselves to him. you know, there is us certain times in our lives that we encounter circumstances that we would never have planned about 10 years ago. december was one of those events in our lives for, for, for me and taylor. and that was when my younger son, matthew died. and he was 5 years old at the time. and he was a very surprised when
a tragedy like this happens. i think one of the automatic responses is whose fault is it? for me, i did not 1st externalize that i 1st internalized that if i had only he died as a result of a gunshot. for taylor, i don't really think of the in the sense of blame for him. and i never really have i think it was actually the next night or 2 family was together and we were just kind of waiting for this conversation. it was initiated by darren and beth as they were trying to say some things to us. there needs to be a, a statement. people need to express how they feel. there needs to be an unburdening
of how you feel. and so in that process of things, and i said, there will be no blame in this house. there would be no fixing a blame we will all love you and we will all except we're okay it's we are together and this is just, you know, the guilt of it. i just would, if i would have done things differently, may not be at where we are today because of it. but that's why he had that hock. as i was dealing with the guilt, it made me the hot better that i realized a layman me that i wasn't a clinician i guess i always drink it is making the happy gala gave me away.
then it was going to leave the church out there in the board just wasn't my point. i think probably the best response that we can have in a situation like that is to say it's not a guilt placed, but it's a guilt shared. just like it's a grief shared because of that amount of guilt for being responsible for a life in this setting. it's really it's not only too much for one person to bear. i think it's something that's meant to be borne together. i'm sure you're in here. yeah, i wrote,
i think i know where it is that right on a black lab wrong. but he wants to read this. he was writing us. i know not since i was 11 years old. when that in 7th grade and hit it off immediately. he was visiting me afterward, my surgeries, and i said, matt, have a really vac favor task. can i stay with you through the rest of my surgeries and afterwards by recover i he said, i love you. of course he couldn't stay with me. and that's my friendship. you can't okay. if you want to go home, i know i good to see you again. me i'm. we're going to get right down to business. yes. so i want to just examine you now, and then we'll take a look at the x ray together. and then we'll kind of tell you what we're planning
for thursday. now what i'm doing is just feeling how hard the bone is. mm hm. and i'm impressed it very hard, so it's like normal bone, say ok. now you see how your lip has scarred down a little bit. yeah. that's the other thing we're gonna accomplish. gonna release these scars. huh. and create a vestibule in the mouth. okay. which is like this. yeah, base between your chicken gum. yeah, we need to create that. okay. so for lack of a better term, this is tooth ready, surgery data look forward to talking to you all that technology should work for people. a robot must obey the orders given by human beings, except where such order is it conflict with the 1st law? show your identification. we should be very careful about our personal intelligence at the point obviously is too great trust rather than fear. i
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