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Tyler Winstead Candlelight Vigil
Date: 4/7/2012 Album ID: 1447313
Photos by Kristen Mullen
Hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Family, including Gloria Watson, right, great-aunt of the victim, gather with hundreds of family, friends and community members on the turf at GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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Organizer JIll Price, left, looks on as Gloria Watson, great-aunt of the victim, speaks as hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on the turf at GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Carol Golden, grandmother of the victim, takes photos of the crowd who gathers in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members march from Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre to GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members march from Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre to GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members march from Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre to GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members march from Hill Street in Wilkes-Barre to GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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KRISTEN MULLEN / THE CITIZENS' VOICE
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Hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on the turf at GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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Kennard Johnston speaks as hundreds of family, friends and community members gather on the turf at GAR High School in remembrance of 14-year-old GAR student Tyler Winstead who was fatally shot only feet away from his home and his church while walking home from playing basketball at the Catholic Youth Center in Wilkes-Barre on Thursday evening.  
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