A worshipper attends a United To Heal Prayer Vigil on Friday, July 8, 2016, at Cathedral Guadalupe in Dallas in honor of the police officers who were slain Thursday. A peaceful protest in Dallas over the recent videotaped shootings of black men by police turned violent Thursday night as gunman Micah Johnson shot at officers, killing five and injuring seven, as well as two civilians.
A worshipper attends a United To Heal Prayer Vigil on Friday, July 8, 2016, at Cathedral Guadalupe in Dallas in honor of the police officers who were slain Thursday. A peaceful protest in Dallas over the recent videotaped shootings of black men by police turned violent Thursday night as gunman Micah Johnson shot at officers, killing five and injuring seven, as well as two civilians. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press
A worshipper attends a United To Heal Prayer Vigil on Friday, July 8, 2016, at Cathedral Guadalupe in Dallas in honor of the police officers who were slain Thursday. A peaceful protest in Dallas over the recent videotaped shootings of black men by police turned violent Thursday night as gunman Micah Johnson shot at officers, killing five and injuring seven, as well as two civilians. Gerald Herbert The Associated Press
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