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Teen lesbian couple found shot

MSNBC is reporting the shooting of 2 teens in a small town near Corpus Christi TX:

Two teenage girls in a relationship were found with gunshot wounds to the head in a south Texas park, with one of them dying from her injuries, media reports say. Police were searching for their assailants.


Mollie Judith Olgin, 19, and Mary Christine Chapa, 18, were found in knee-deep grass in a nature area in Portland by a couple Saturday, said Portland Police Chief Randy Wright, who confirmed to msnbc.com details first reported by the Corpus Christi Caller Times.

Olgin, originally from Ingleside but recently living in Corpus Christi, died; Chapa, of Sinton, was rushed to a hospital where she had surgery and was in serious but stable condition on Sunday, local NBC affiliate kristv.com reported. Wright said Chapa was still in the hospital on Monday.

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Maplewood

It is so terribly sad. Sad, sad, sad. In reading a review of James Cone’s book, The Cross and the Lynching Tree, a line leaps out of the page at me when I ponder over this story of crime and violence:

“How does the church bear witness to the power of life in the midst of a world awash in violence, lethal inequity and the impoverishment of bodies and souls?”

God bless them; God save us.

Kevin McGrane

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