Tucson Shooting Vicitm Tries Apologizing to Loughner's Parents
INSIDE EDITION sits down with one Tucson shooting victim who actually wants to apologize to the parents of gunman Jared Loughner.
In an extraordinary act of forgiveness, another victim of the massacre actually visited the parents of accused gunman Jared Lee Loughner.
"I thought I'd come over here and try to forgive them, I know that sounds crazy," Fuller explains.
Eric Fuller survived a bullet to the knee, but he says that he knows the parents of Jared Lee Loughner are also suffering, and he wants them to know he doesn't hold a grudge.
Loughner's parents didn't come out. We spoke with Eric Fuller when he got home.
INSIDE EDITION's Jim Moret asks, "Why did you go the Loughner's?"
"I wanted to start with an apology," says Fuller
Moret asks, "Wait a minute, you want to apologize?"
Fuller responds, "Yes, because I said mean things about their son."
Fuller had told reporters that Loughner was an "unhinged lunatic." Loughner's parents never came out to speak to Fuller.
Today, the heartbreaking farewells to those who did not survive continue. Security was tight at the funeral of Judge John Roll.
Jim standup about funeral, includes names of prominent people there
The service took place at the same church where mourners said goodbye to little Christina Geen yesterday. The First Lady is urging Americans to see the life of Green.
Michelle Obama wrote this open letter to parents, "We can tell (our children) about Christina and about how much she wanted to give back."
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