“I think of them always,” survivor of El Paso Walmart shooting says of those who were killed three years ago

Posted on AllSides August 3rd, 2022
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Corrie Boudreaux/El Paso Matters

An ominous cloud of white gun smoke, bloody police boot prints and an empty baby carrier on the body of Jordan Anchondo are images that will forever live in Jamie’s mind.

She can still hear the agonizing cries of men, women and children who had just seen their loved ones and complete strangers gunned down — including a heart wrenching “Noooo!” from Octavio Ramiro Lizarde, whose nephew, Javier Amir Rodriguez, was among those killed in the Aug. 3, 2019, mass shooting in El Paso.

Other things, she doesn’t remember so clearly....

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