June 9, 2019 In the News

Veteran from Marysville will speak out against gun violence

“A year ago, the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs released a grim report. It included this: ‘The average number of veterans who died by suicide each day remained unchanged at 20.’ Marysville’s Ray Miller wants to talk about that, and about all gun violence. Miller, a 69-year-old Air Force veteran, has heard stories of despair. ‘A hopeless person is the most dangerous person on the planet,’ he said Wednesday. That’s a haunting statement. Surely a lack of hope applies not only to people who commit suicide, but to school shooters and workplace killers, and in gun crimes involving domestic violence, addiction and gangs.”

Read the full article by Julie Muhlstein at the Heraldnet.com

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