Jul 07, 2015

Officer Pens Letter to ‘Daughter’s Killer’ — and Delivers Powerful Message in Final Two Sentences | TheBlaze.com

A New Orleans police officer turned to Facebook late Sunday to pen a powerful message to the individual suspected of fatally shooting her daughter. Officer Imani Ruffins' daughter Milan Arriola was gunned down while in a car Friday night, the Associated Press reported. Suspect Will Reed,...

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