When Mohammad Taib first faced a man with a gun in his convenience store, he pleaded, “Don’t shoot.” He got shot but survived. Years later, he was shot again and died, leaving his family in pain and his daughter Zain searching for healing. But how? How do the victims of crime move beyond the tragedy that they know into a narrative they can control?
This show is taped in Richmond, Virginia and hosted by David Coogan. The theme music is by Chris Coogan. The show is produced by Robb Crocker. The executive producer is David Coogan.
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