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'I still forgive him'

Paralyzed at 3 by a stray gunshot, Hub girl faces the man who fired it

Anthony Warren (left) apologized to Kai Leigh Harriott (far right), sitting in the courtroom with her mother, Tonya David (middle), and sister Aja David.
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / April 14, 2006

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The little girl said the word porch and then began sobbing loudly. After her mother comforted her, 5-year-old Kai Leigh Harriott looked up from her blue wheelchair in the hushed courtroom yesterday and faced the man who fired the stray gunshot that paralyzed her nearly three years ago. (Full article: 938 words)

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