Durham resident Joslin Simms talks Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Peace and Justice Plaza in Chapel Hill about the son she lost to gun violence in 2005. Rayburn Simms was 30 when his car was hit from behind, and he was fatally shot when he got out to talk with the driver. The case has never been solved. Wednesday’s event was held to launch the national group Everytown for Gun Safety.
Durham resident Joslin Simms talks Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Peace and Justice Plaza in Chapel Hill about the son she lost to gun violence in 2005. Rayburn Simms was 30 when his car was hit from behind, and he was fatally shot when he got out to talk with the driver. The case has never been solved. Wednesday’s event was held to launch the national group Everytown for Gun Safety. tgrubb@newsobserver.com
Durham resident Joslin Simms talks Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Peace and Justice Plaza in Chapel Hill about the son she lost to gun violence in 2005. Rayburn Simms was 30 when his car was hit from behind, and he was fatally shot when he got out to talk with the driver. The case has never been solved. Wednesday’s event was held to launch the national group Everytown for Gun Safety. tgrubb@newsobserver.com

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April 16, 2014 3:51 PM

Durham joins national gun violence prevention group

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