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On a Sunday, but not necessarily religion based.

BTW my post on "gelignite" is from Wales, although for anyone who's interested.

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Is this the same incident?

It claims that the shooting had nothing to do with the church so what's the reason for for noting such in accounts of the event? I could think it's due to the recent attacks at and in other churches around the world and the news media want to capture people's attention by creating the illusion that there's some connection. They know that many don't go beyond the headlines in their reading. I know that, in parts of the southern US, it is difficult to not be near a church and I suspect Baltimore is no exception.
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Same shooting.

The Mirror is a tabloid; revenue more important than accuracy.
Saw at least two churches in the Mirror pic. Thanks to the Calverts there are still Catholic churches all over Baltimore and Maryland. Another shooting in Tennessee, Bible belt. 7 dead there, gunman in custody.
I imagine the Mirror was in fact thinking that: shooting; US; Sunday; gotta be a church.

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(NT) Add religion: Saturday, must be synagogue.

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