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    Malcolm Graham is the brother of shooting victim Cynthia Graham Hurd, one of the Emanuel 9. He talks about his sister and the event. “It was really an attack on a race of people," he said of the event. "It was an attack on humanity and the Christian Church.

Malcolm Graham is the brother of shooting victim Cynthia Graham Hurd, one of the Emanuel 9. He talks about his sister and the event. “It was really an attack on a race of people," he said of the event. "It was an attack on humanity and the Christian Church. gmelendez@thestate.com
Malcolm Graham is the brother of shooting victim Cynthia Graham Hurd, one of the Emanuel 9. He talks about his sister and the event. “It was really an attack on a race of people," he said of the event. "It was an attack on humanity and the Christian Church. gmelendez@thestate.com
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