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A child's message of grace amazes her city

''I know he didn't mean to do it,'' Kai Leigh Harriott, 5, said of the man whose stray gunshot left her paralyzed.
''I know he didn't mean to do it,'' Kai Leigh Harriott, 5, said of the man whose stray gunshot left her paralyzed. (Globe Staff Photo / Essdras M. Suarez) Globe Staff Photo / Essdras M. Suarez
By Megan Tench
Globe Staff / April 15, 2006

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Hair stylist Cathleen Foster came home Thursday after a long day of cutting and coloring at the Newbury Street salon where she works. In the quiet of her living room, she turned on the 10 o'clock news, and was drawn to the story of a little girl shot and paralyzed by a stray bullet. (Full article: 1063 words)

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