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The Power of Forgiveness - 06 Dec 2013
Images showing Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, publicly telling her story about the power of
forgiveness. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse
her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from
the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return. .
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
Delta, UNITED STATES
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, in Delta, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return and now publicly tells her story about the power of forgiveness. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2,...
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
A cross and a graveyard are seen in Bart Township, Pennsylvania, December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles...
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
A cross and a graveyard are seen in Bart Township, Pennsylvania
A cross and a graveyard are seen in Bart Township, Pennsylvania, December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2,...
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
A member of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church embraces Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
Delta, UNITED STATES
A member of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church embraces Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
A member of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church embraces Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, after she spoke during the service in Delta, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return and now publicly tells her story about the power of forgiveness. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2,...
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2,...
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township
An Amish horse and buggy travels on a road in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
Delta, UNITED STATES
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish...
Members of the congregation at New Covenant Community Church greet Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, in Delta, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return and now publicly tells her story about the power of forgiveness. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
An Amish man and woman sit in a horse and buggy in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct....
Bart Township, UNITED STATES
An Amish man and woman sit in a horse and buggy in Bart Township
An Amish man and woman sit in a horse and buggy in Bart Township, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. On Oct. 2, 2006, Charles Roberts, 32, took 10 Amish girls hostage in their one-room schoolhouse in rural Pennsylvania, lined them up and shot them in the head. He then killed himself. Along with that, Terri Roberts herself became a victim, forced to confront life knowing that her son had committed such an atrocity. When the Amish forgave her son, it allowed Roberts, who is not Amish, to forgive him as well. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, speaks at New Covenant Community Church...
Delta, UNITED STATES
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, speaks at New Covenant Community Church...
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, speaks at New Covenant Community Church in Delta, Pennsylvania on December 1, 2013. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return and now publicly tells her story about the power of forgiveness. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
USA-SHOOTING/AMISH
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December 05, 2013
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, holds a photograph of her son at New...
Delta, UNITED STATES
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, holds a photograph of her son at New...
Terri Roberts, the mother of Amish school shooter Charles Roberts, holds a photograph of her son at New Covenant Community Church in Delta, Pennsylvania December 1, 2013. After her son shot five Amish schoolgirls to death in 2006, Terri Roberts could have gone into hiding to nurse her pain, like many parents of mass murderers have in the past. Instead, she broke with convention. Drawing inspiration from the Amish who were so quick to forgive her son, Roberts, 62, has embraced the victims' families in return and now publicly tells her story about the power of forgiveness. Picture taken December 1, 2013. REUTERS/Mark Makela (UNITED STATES - Tags: CRIME LAW SOCIETY)
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