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  • Supporters of Pulse shooting victims get inked to raise money

    Lissette Davila is tattooed in support of Pulse nightclub mass shooting victims in Orlando. Tattoo artists from Stigma Tattoo Bar donated their time to draw various designs and all the proceeds will be donated to victims.

Lissette Davila is tattooed in support of Pulse nightclub mass shooting victims in Orlando. Tattoo artists from Stigma Tattoo Bar donated their time to draw various designs and all the proceeds will be donated to victims. Al Diaz adiaz@miamiherald.com
Lissette Davila is tattooed in support of Pulse nightclub mass shooting victims in Orlando. Tattoo artists from Stigma Tattoo Bar donated their time to draw various designs and all the proceeds will be donated to victims. Al Diaz adiaz@miamiherald.com

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