People mourn Wednesday before the start of a candlelight vigil and prayer service in San Diego for Monique Clark, who was killed when Peter Selis shot her and six other people attending a poolside birthday party on Sunday.
People mourn Wednesday before the start of a candlelight vigil and prayer service in San Diego for Monique Clark, who was killed when Peter Selis shot her and six other people attending a poolside birthday party on Sunday. Hayne Palmour IV The San Diego Union-Tribune
People mourn Wednesday before the start of a candlelight vigil and prayer service in San Diego for Monique Clark, who was killed when Peter Selis shot her and six other people attending a poolside birthday party on Sunday. Hayne Palmour IV The San Diego Union-Tribune

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