Photos of the 49 killed in the Orlando night club shooting and a sign saying "We Are Orlando" fill the windows of the Human Rights Campaign office in Washington June 17, 2016. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque
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After days of turmoil in a city that's supposed to be a happy paradise for tourists, residents paused with the president and vice president to mourn victims of the horrific massacre at a gay nightclub. Friends and relatives of Kimberly "KJ" Morris, a bouncer at Pulse Orlando, gathered under a cemetery awning to say goodbye to the woman, one of 49 people killed after Omar Mateen began shooting into the pulsating, dancing crowd early Sunday.Jessica Frazier, 29, of Orlando was among the mourners at Morris' funeral, held as other shooting victims were being cremated.The young man left empty-handed when an employee told him the store didn't have either, and the worker called the FBI to report a suspicious person, said Robert Abell, co-owner of Lotus Gunworks. But nobody knew his name until after Mateen was identified in the Orlando nightclub attack.
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