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Lens Blog: A Man Killed Five Amish Girls. Now, His Brother Is Photographing Their Community.

Almost 10 years after his brother killed five Amish schoolgirls, Zachary Tyler Roberts returned to Pennsylvania to explore how families and communities forgive and move forward.
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