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 “I really miss him. “ says Mataio Jantoc, age 10 (right)  “Even though we’re little this has had one of the biggest impacts in our life and it just really hurts.” The Miller family participates in {quote}A Night of Remembrance{quote} at the Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home on December 10, 2006 in Renton, WA. The Miller family opened their door to me during a very difficult time in their lives.  I spent a year documenting their distress after one son accidentally shot and killed his brother while the two were playing with a handgun in the family's home.  I will always be grateful to them for sharing their story with our readers and bringing the children with guns issue to light. (PI photo/Karen Ducey)

“I really miss him. “ says Mataio Jantoc, age 10 (right) “Even though we’re little this has had one of the biggest impacts in our life and it just really hurts.” The Miller family participates in "A Night of Remembrance" at the Greenwood Memorial Park and Funeral Home on December 10, 2006 in Renton, WA.

The Miller family opened their door to me during a very difficult time in their lives. I spent a year documenting their distress after one son accidentally shot and killed his brother while the two were playing with a handgun in the family's home. I will always be grateful to them for sharing their story with our readers and bringing the children with guns issue to light. (PI photo/Karen Ducey)