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Smitherman survived the holocaust but Dr. Jackson did...
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Smitherman survived the holocaust but Dr. Jackson did not. He believed in the goodness of man right up to the moment the shotgun blast knocked him to the ground on his front lawn. He was unarmed with his hands in the air in front of his own home. He had never looked for trouble in his entire life, but it found him.
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