It takes courage to live

Williams, Ivory D.
December 2012
Michigan Citizen;12/9/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 5, pA6
The author discusses the case of Kansas City Chiefs football player Jovan Belcher who despite shooting his girlfriend multiple times and shot himself, was recognized as Star player.


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