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Las Vegas marks shooting anniversary

First responders and others fold an American flag following a prayer service during the one-year anniversary of the October 1 mass shooting, in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

First responders and others fold an American flag following a prayer service during the one-year anniversary of the October 1 mass shooting, in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

First responders and others fold an American flag following a prayer service during the one-year anniversary of the October 1 mass shooting, in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 1, 2018. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A pair of cowboy boots is displayed in a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A pair of cowboy boots is displayed in a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A pair of cowboy boots is displayed in a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Photos of the 58 victims are displayed in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Photos of the 58 victims are displayed in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Photos of the 58 victims are displayed in Las Vegas. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A combination image shows a view of the Las Vegas Strip as many casinos dim their lights in honor of the victims, and after the lights are turned back on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A combination image shows a view of the Las Vegas Strip as many casinos dim their lights in honor of the victims, and after the lights are turned back on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A combination image shows a view of the Las Vegas Strip as many casinos dim their lights in honor of the victims, and after the lights are turned back on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A woman places a flower in a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A woman places a flower in a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A woman places a flower in a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Sisters Melissa Rehrer (L) and Jaime Rehrer, (C) and their cousin Emilie Farr, survivors of the mass shooting, look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sisters Melissa Rehrer (L) and Jaime Rehrer, (C) and their cousin Emilie Farr, survivors of the mass shooting, look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sisters Melissa Rehrer (L) and Jaime Rehrer, (C) and their cousin Emilie Farr, survivors of the mass shooting, look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Sharon Mackrell adds photos of her friend Cameron Robinson, one of the 58 victims, at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sharon Mackrell adds photos of her friend Cameron Robinson, one of the 58 victims, at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sharon Mackrell adds photos of her friend Cameron Robinson, one of the 58 victims, at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Stephanie Fraser writes on a cross, representing her husband Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims, as her niece Ryleigh Flanigan looks on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Stephanie Fraser writes on a cross, representing her husband Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims, as her niece Ryleigh Flanigan looks on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Stephanie Fraser writes on a cross, representing her husband Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims, as her niece Ryleigh Flanigan looks on. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Flowers and a patch are shown on the ground by a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Flowers and a patch are shown on the ground by a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Flowers and a patch are shown on the ground by a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Mark Kelly and his wife Gabrielle Gifford, a former Arizona congresswoman who was the victim of an assassination attempt in 2011, place a flower on a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Mark Kelly and his wife Gabrielle Gifford, a former Arizona congresswoman who was the victim of an assassination attempt in 2011, place a flower on a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Mark Kelly and his wife Gabrielle Gifford, a former Arizona congresswoman who was the victim of an assassination attempt in 2011, place a flower on a display at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Shawn Williams, a survivor of the mass shooting, shows his tattoo at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Shawn Williams, a survivor of the mass shooting, shows his tattoo at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Shawn Williams, a survivor of the mass shooting, shows his tattoo at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and his wife Lauralyn McCarthy attend a ceremony at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and his wife Lauralyn McCarthy attend a ceremony at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval and his wife Lauralyn McCarthy attend a ceremony at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Sabrina Mercadante looks at photos on a tree dedicated to shooting victim Brian Fraser at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sabrina Mercadante looks at photos on a tree dedicated to shooting victim Brian Fraser at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Sabrina Mercadante looks at photos on a tree dedicated to shooting victim Brian Fraser at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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People look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

People look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

People look at a Remembrance Wall at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Nick Fraser carries a cross, representing his father Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Nick Fraser carries a cross, representing his father Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Nick Fraser carries a cross, representing his father Brian Scott Fraser, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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A couple passes by a tree dedicated to shooting victim Sandra Casey at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A couple passes by a tree dedicated to shooting victim Sandra Casey at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

A couple passes by a tree dedicated to shooting victim Sandra Casey at the Las Vegas Healing Garden. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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First responders take part in a prayer service, organized by the World Memorial Project #2978, during the one-year anniversary. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

First responders take part in a prayer service, organized by the World Memorial Project #2978, during the one-year anniversary. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

First responders take part in a prayer service, organized by the World Memorial Project #2978, during the one-year anniversary. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Route 91 shooting survivor Brian Ahlers carries a cross representing his wife Hannah, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Route 91 shooting survivor Brian Ahlers carries a cross representing his wife Hannah, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Route 91 shooting survivor Brian Ahlers carries a cross representing his wife Hannah, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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Paul Val leans on a cross, representing his friend John Pippen, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Paul Val leans on a cross, representing his friend John Pippen, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

Paul Val leans on a cross, representing his friend John Pippen, one of the 58 victims. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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People look over a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

People look over a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus

People look over a display of 58 crosses. REUTERS/Steve Marcus
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