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FT HOOD, TX - APRIL 3, 2014: Killeen Mayor Dan Corbin addresses media on April 3, 2014 at Ft. Hood, Texas. Corbin was commenting on the shooting that occurred the previous day on the Ft Hood Military base that took four lives including that of the shooter. Drew Anthony Smith/Getty Images


 
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