Dr. Nicole Clavo says it has been almost five months since she lost her son, Jaulon "J.J." Clavo, a Grant Union High School student and football player who was fatally shot before a game. Addressing a gathering of crime victims and their families at the California Capitol in Sacramento on Thursday, April 7, 2016, she said she feels the pain of all mothers who have lost a child to murder. "I refuse to be a victim to senseless gun violence, to senseless crimes, to senseless murderers." Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
Dr. Nicole Clavo says it has been almost five months since she lost her son, Jaulon "J.J." Clavo, a Grant Union High School student and football player who was fatally shot before a game. Addressing a gathering of crime victims and their families at the California Capitol in Sacramento on Thursday, April 7, 2016, she said she feels the pain of all mothers who have lost a child to murder. "I refuse to be a victim to senseless gun violence, to senseless crimes, to senseless murderers." Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
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