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The Monitor's View A year after Charleston shooting, an ongoing need of forgiveness

Prosecutors seek the death penalty for Dylann Roof, even though many families of the victims forgave him – with President Obama praising their amazing grace. 

Each mass shooting in the US has reinforced the need to learn lessons that can prevent such atrocities. The lessons often include improved regulation of guns, better treatment of mental illness, more security in public spaces, as well as swift and sure punishment of mass killers.

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