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Shop Gives Free Tattoos for Donation to Stoneman Douglas Fund

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    Benefit Concert for MSD Students

    NBC 6's Andrea Cruz is in Coconut Creek, where a benefit concert was held for Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School victims.

    (Published Friday, March 9, 2018)

    A tattoo shop raised money for the Florida high school where 17 people died in a mass shooting by offering free tattoos in exchange for donations.

    Shop owner Chris Blinston said he and other artists began working extra hours at No Hard Feelings shortly after the Feb. 14 shooting in nearby Parkland. On Sunday, they planned to do at least 350 free tattoos with a goal of raising $10,000 to support victims. Designs included "MSD Strong" and "Never Again."

    Blinston tells the Sun Sentinel that artists donated their time for the event.

    One of those getting a tattoo was 38-year-old Steven Porter, who graduated from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in 1998. His tattoo was the school's mascot with the words "always an eagle" underneath.

    Surveillance Video Shows Moments During Parkland School Shooting

    [NATL-MI] Surveillance Video Shows Moments During Parkland School Shooting

    Surveillance footage shows then-school resource deputy Scot Peterson standing outside of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School building where gunman Nikolas Cruz opened fire on students and faculty inside, then running out of view, not to be seen again on other school cameras.

    (Published Thursday, March 15, 2018)

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