An audio recording made when National Guard troops killed four Kent State University students during an anti-war demonstration could resolve the mystery of whether a command to fire was issued and may offer a chance for healing for victims and shooters, a survivor said Monday.
"We're not seeking revenge; we're not seeking punishment for the Guardsmen at this late date," said Alan Canfora, wounded in the wrist during the confrontation 37 years ago.
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