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‘It’s easier to be kind than it is mean’: Students killed in Kentucky school shooting remembered

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Following a gunman’s attack at a Kentucky school that left two students dead, family spokesperson’s spoke to reporters on Saturday about their spirits. The family of Preston Cope, 15, was represented by Sharpe Elementary School principal Jackie Reed, and the family of Bailey Nicole Holt, also 15, was represented by her aunt, Tracey Tubbs.