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Lawson Vigil in Manila 

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Mark McKenna
Approximately 30 people walked with Charmaine Lawson from the Manila Community Center to the Pacific Ocean during a vigil Saturday for her son David Josiah Lawson.
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Charmaine Lawson draws a heart in the sand at one of her son's favorite spots, the beach near the Manila Community Center.
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Kathleen Lowder draws a heart around Josiah's name written in the sand.
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Andres Velez, right, and other vigil attendees held hands and formed a circle to share their thoughts on David Josiah Lawson's unsolved killing.
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The approximately 30 people at the vigil formed a circle and shared their feelings during the vigil.
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Shemya Vaugh, right, listens as one of the vigil attendees speak.
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Alex Foster spoke during the vigil.
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Jill Larrabee, right, listens to one of the vigil attendees speak.
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The shadows of some of the vigil attendees holding hands at the beach.
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Charmaine Lawson speaks about her to the vigil attendees.
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Following Charmaine Lawson's lead vigil attendees raised their hands in memory of David Josiah Lawson.
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Meg Stofsky wipes tears from her eyes after Charmaine Lawson spoke at a vigil for her son.
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Shemya Vaugh, right, hugs Karpani Burns as the group gets ready to throw roses in to the ocean in honor of David Josiah Lawson.
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Charmaine Lawson hugs Karpani Burns as the group gets ready to throw roses in to the ocean in honor of David Josiah Lawson.
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Charmaine Lawson places roses in two hearts drawn in the sand.
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The vigil attendees walked toward the waves to throw roses in honor of David Josiah Lawson.
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Charmaine Lawson and others throw roses into the surf.
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Alex Foster comforts Charmaine Lawson.
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Leonard Charles quietly reflects following the vigil.
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HSU student Andrea Mancilla is in her first semester at the university and came to the vigil in support of Charmaine Lawson.
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Mark McKenna
Approximately 30 people walked with Charmaine Lawson from the Manila Community Center to the Pacific Ocean during a vigil Saturday for her son David Josiah Lawson.

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