The Sidney Wood Show: Healing Our Wounds

September 17, 2013 5:07 PM
The Sidney Wood Show: Healing Our Wounds
" Today on the Sidney Wood show we discussed the tragic shooting at the Naval base in Washington D.C.. Many reports have revealed more details about the troubled suspect, Aaron Alexis. Were you surprised when you found out the suspect was African-American? We spoke with psychologist Dr "

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