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Annapolis Mass Shooting Victims Remembered During Rally One Year After Tragic Deaths

The three men who were killed during a mass shooting in Annapolis last year were remembered by their loved ones yesterday. The families of Mario Alfredo Mireles Ruiz, 27, Christian Marlon Segovia, 24, and Nicolas Mireles, 55, gathered at Lawyer’s Mall in Annapolis for a memorial walk and vigil on the one-year-anniversary of their deaths. “We invited the public to join us and remember our loved ones,” said Nelcy Ramirez, a family spokesperson.  After brief remarks, the families walked from State Circle to the Annapolis City Dock for the ceremony.   Mario Antonio Mireles Ruiz, Christian Marlon Segovia and Nicolas Mireles were shot to death on the night of June 11, 2023 by a neighbor. As the families await his trial on murder and hate crime charges, they hope the community will remember the terrible consequences of gun violence to both those who knew and loved the men. The alleged gunman now faces hate crime charges after being indicted by an Anne Arundel County grand jury.  C

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