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Family of Uzi Mishap Victim Doesn’t Blame Girl

The family of the Arizona shooting range instructor killed while teaching a 9-year-old girl to shoot an Uzi said they feel “sorry” for the girl. "We know it was a tragic accident and that it's something that we're all going to have to live with,” Charles Vacca’s 19-year-old daughter Ashley told NBC News. Prosecutors have said they will not file charges in the case. Ashley Vacca said she planned to write a letter to the girl. Read »