Gifford's Continues Progress And Palin Continues To Speak
While Congresswoman Gabby Giffords shows more signs of recovery from the Tucson shooting, Sarah Palin says she won't shut up. INSIDE EDITION has the latest.
The parents of the accused Arizona gunman are seen in public for the first time since the massacre.
Grim-faced and wearing dark sunglasses, Amy and Randy Loughner left their Tucson home to meet their son's attorney.
Congresswoman Gabby Giffords husband, astronaut Mark Kelly, says he doesn't blame Loughner's parents for what happened. Now, in an exclusive interview with ABC's Diane Sawyer. Kelly provides inspiring new details about the miraculous progress Gabby is making.
"If I hold her hand, she'll play with my wedding ring. She'll move it up and down my finger. She'll take it off like this. She'll put it on her own finger. She'll move it to her thumb. And then she can put it back on my finger. The reason why I know that that means she recognizes me is because she's done that before, before this accident. She does it all the time," Kelly says on Good Morning America.
Sarah Palin is firing back at critics of remarks posted on her Facebook page last week about the Tucson massacre.
Palin says, "I am going to continue to speak out. They are not going to shut me up."
Appearing on Fox's Hannity Live last night, she said that the cross-hairs map that targeted Gabby Giffords' district had nothing to do with the rampage.
Palin says, "That it must be a cause of this horrendous evil act of this shooter, that perhaps he saw that map and that incited him towards violence, which of course is ridiculous."
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