20 September 2011
The Ledger

Reaching into a past she could never escape, Shekema Clark clutched a grainy photograph of her deceased mother and recalled the most painful memory of her life.

A dark room. Her mother on the floor. Jeremiah Fogle standing with a rifle.

Clark's recollection of that summer in 1986 remains mostly foggy; she was only 6 years old at the time.

But news reports of a Sunday killing and a shooting in a West Lakeland church jogged her memory. When she heard the name of her stepfather resurface, she couldn't sleep, she said.

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