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They made their way to aisle 37.
Maurice Stallard and his 12-year-old grandson walked past groceries and clothing displays toward the far side of the sprawling Kroger supermarket.
A doting, retired grandfather, Stallard loved to pick up his grandson from Barret Traditional Middle School. They’d often go to Chick-fil-A, but on Wednesday, they found themselves in the school-and-office aisle hunting for poster board for a project.
They were standing between the pens and notebooks, candles and scissors when a cashier heard it.
Without warning, 51-year-old Gregory Bush approached Stallard from behind, raised a handgun and shot Stallard in the back of the head, police say. Then he pulled the trigger again and again.
His terrified grandson ran, losing his phone as he raced to the exit.
And so begins a long article about the shooting at the Kroger’s in a Louisville suburb; 2 African Americans killed by a white supremacist.
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