Mary Ann Vecchio, 14 at the time, screams as she kneels next to the body of student Jeffrey Miller at Kent State on May 4, 1970. Ohio National Guard troops fired 67 shots. When the firing ended, nine students lay wounded, and four others had been killed. Two of the students who died had not participated in the protests.
Mary Ann Vecchio, 14 at the time, screams as she kneels next to the body of student Jeffrey Miller at Kent State on May 4, 1970. Ohio National Guard troops fired 67 shots. When the firing ended, nine students lay wounded, and four others had been killed. Two of the students who died had not participated in the protests. AP file AP
Mary Ann Vecchio, 14 at the time, screams as she kneels next to the body of student Jeffrey Miller at Kent State on May 4, 1970. Ohio National Guard troops fired 67 shots. When the firing ended, nine students lay wounded, and four others had been killed. Two of the students who died had not participated in the protests. AP file AP

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