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Heavy Hearts and Heroes Are Real Story at Texas Motor Speedway

While Kyle Busch attempts to win all three races in a weekend and Jimmie Johnson continues to solidify his historic fourth championship in a row run at Texas Motor Speedway, hearts will be heavy and heroes will be on everyone's mind. Just 178 miles south of the speedway, a massacre took place this week at Fort Hood.  A deranged Army psychiatrist, Major Nidal Malik, fired on his comrades, killing thirteen and injuring twenty-eight. "This was a kick in the gut," General George Casey, the Army Chief of Staff said.  His words no doubt summarized the feelings of Americans across the country. In spite of the carnage, heroes emerged.  One of the most prominent has turned out to be a civilian police woman, Officer Kimberly Munley, who shot Malik...

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