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Felicia Sanders, who survived the shooting four years ago at Mother Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, S.C., told a tale of two Bibles.

First, there was the holy book she used for the Bible study the shooter infiltrated that Wednesday night in June of 2015, returned to her after she demanded it from the coroner’s office. From the Gospel of Mark on, its pages, though specially cleaned, are still pink from blood shed during the attack.

The other was given to her by the coroner: It was found on the body of her son, Tywanza, one of the “Emanuel 9” who were killed in the tragedy.

“She said, ‘I got this out of his pocket,’” Sanders said tearfully in an interview. “So that meant a lot to me to know that he was on the right path. And, as a mom, I think I did everything that I was supposed to do as a mother.

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