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Mother loses fourth child to Chicago gun violence

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Shirley Chambers pauses in her living room during an interview in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013. Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress

Shirley Chambers pauses in her living room during an interview in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013. Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress
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Undated family handout photo of LaToya Chambers. Shirley Chambers of Chicago had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury her son, Ronnie Chambers, on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. REUTERS/Chambers Family/Handout

Undated family handout photo of LaToya Chambers. Shirley Chambers of Chicago had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury her son, Ronnie Chambers, on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. REUTERS/Chambers Family/Handout
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Family photographs are arranged to show, clockwise from top left; Ronnie Chambers at his brother Jerome's funeral in July 2000, Carlos Chambers, Jerome Chambers and LaToya Chambers, at the home of their mother Shirley Chambers in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013. Shirley Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children -...more

Family photographs are arranged to show, clockwise from top left; Ronnie Chambers at his brother Jerome's funeral in July 2000, Carlos Chambers, Jerome Chambers and LaToya Chambers, at the home of their mother Shirley Chambers in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013. Shirley Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. REUTERS/John Gress
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Shirley Chambers cries in her living room, next to pictures of her son Ronnie who was recently murdered. in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013, Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress

Shirley Chambers cries in her living room, next to pictures of her son Ronnie who was recently murdered. in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013, Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress
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Undated family handout photo of Jerome Chambers. Shirley Chambers of Chicago had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury her son, Ronnie Chambers, on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. REUTERS/Chambers Family/Handout

Undated family handout photo of Jerome Chambers. Shirley Chambers of Chicago had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. Chambers will bury her son, Ronnie Chambers, on Monday. He was the last of the single mother's children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. REUTERS/Chambers Family/Handout
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Shirley Chambers pauses in her Chicago living room, next to pictures of her son Ronnie who was recently murdered, in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013, Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress

Shirley Chambers pauses in her Chicago living room, next to pictures of her son Ronnie who was recently murdered, in Chicago, Illinois, January 30, 2013, Chambers had four children - three boys and a girl. Now they're all gone. The single mother will bury Ronnie on Monday. He was the last of her children - all victims of gun violence in Chicago over a period of 18 years. Picture taken on January 30, 2013. REUTERS/John Gress
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