Essay: Three years ago, one of Sacramento’s working-class heroes was murdered at a library – don’t let it be in vain
California (Sacramento News & Review) – It’s been more than three years now since my wife Amber was senselessly murdered. Three years since she was shot 11 times at point blank range as she finished her day working as a librarian at the Sacramento Public Library. It’s been three years of an empty seat at our table, of heartbreaking absence, of a life stolen from us.
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30 percent of guns recovered by ATF in California have no serial number on them, making it impossible for law enforcement to trace.