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LIFTING YOURSELF UP

Orlando night in 2006, 17-year-old C. J. Bellamy was out on the town with his basketball team when they ran into some punks, one of whom took out a.45 and squeezed the trigger. A lone bullet entered Bellamy’s shoulder, nicked his spine, and exited

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