Ron Barber, director for U.S. Representative Giffords and a victim of the Tucson shooting, attends a church service at Saint Augustine Cathedral during the one year anniversary of the Tucson shooting in Tucson
Ron Barber (L), director for U.S. Representative Gabrielle Giffords and a victim of the Tucson shooting, attends a church service at Saint Augustine Cathedral during the one year anniversary of the Tucson shooting in Tucson, Arizona January 8, 2012. Survivors of a deadly mass shooting that gravely wounded Giffords on January 8 last year will join thousands of Tucson residents at emotional memorial events this weekend. A gunman toting a semiautomatic pistol pumped bullet after bullet into a crowd gathered for a congressional outreach event outside a Tucson supermarket a year ago. Six people were killed and 13 suffered bullet wounds. Giffords was shot through the head and is recovering. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY CRIME LAW POLITICS)
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