ATLANTA — A prosecutor paralyzed in a shooting has a message for Georgia lawmakers as the gun debate continues.
Fulton County Assistant District Attorney April Ross drove herself to the Channel 2 Action News studios in a specially fitted van after an appointment, she said, at the Shepherd Center.
“More than anything, what we should see it as here in Georgia is an opportunity to have a conversation, to sit down on both sides to take all the tension out of the air to take all of the one-sidedness out of the air and each listen to each other,” Ross told Winne.
Ross brings a kind of knowledge to the gun issue most of us don't have -- the kind that comes, she says, from looking down a gun barrel.
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