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One year ago today the Bombings saga ended @statesman (@get_repost) ・・・ Officials investigate near a red vehicle believed to be that of the Austin bomber on I-35 in Round Rock on Wednesday March 21, 2018. Photo by @jayjanner JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

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Tony Plohetski

ONE YEAR AGO. I’ll never forget waking up to a phone call at 2:50 a.m., then realizing I had slept through about a half-dozen others even though my phone was next to the bed. Within about 15 minutes, I had made a round of phone calls and was able to confirm news that a string of bombing attacks had come to an end. If you haven’t watched our @kvuenews special “Stopping the Austin Bomber,” see the link in the bio section. . . . . . bombings

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I appreciate @texasmonthly for sharing this post and helping to keep this young man’s story alive. We shouldn’t forget the senseless deaths and terror perpetrated in . @texasmonthly ・・・ A year ago today the world lost Draylen Mason, a phenomenal musician who was killed in the Austin bombings at just 17 years old. He was a highlight of Austin’s creative community and, in death, a spotlight on the city’s problems with race. The first two victims of the bombings were black and the third Hispanic, which gave the impression that people with dark skin in Austin were under attack. When a fourth explosion went off in a mostly white suburb on the other side of town, the argument got muddled. And by the time Mark Conditt blew himself up, nobody knew for certain what his motive was. Regardless, the bombings forced a conversation about race in Austin, and Draylen’s murder became a powerful symbol. By his very nature, he had crossed lines drawn long ago on Austin’s racial and cultural map, and his future lay before him like a golden road. Aside from his prodigious talent, he was a phenomenal human being, a sweet, positive person who went out of his way to help others, whether they were friends, teachers, or orchestra mates he had just met. Visit the link in our bio to read "What We Lost in Austin Bombing Victim Draylen Mason" by Mike Hall, a devastating remembrance of the boy who touched so many lives. 🎨: Gary Kelly • • • bombings

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Texas Monthly

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A year ago today the world lost Draylen Mason, a phenomenal musician who was killed in the Austin bombings at just 17 years old. He was a highlight of Austin’s creative community and, in death, a spotlight on the city’s problems with race. The first two victims of the bombings were black and the third Hispanic, which gave the impression that people with dark skin in Austin were under attack. When a fourth explosion went off in a mostly white suburb on the other side of town, the argument got muddled. And by the time Mark Conditt blew himself up, nobody knew for certain what his motive was. Regardless, the bombings forced a conversation about race in Austin, and Draylen’s murder became a powerful symbol. By his very nature, he had crossed lines drawn long ago on Austin’s racial and cultural map, and his future lay before him like a golden road. Aside from his prodigious talent, he was a phenomenal human being, a sweet, positive person who went out of his way to help others, whether they were friends, teachers, or orchestra mates he had just met. Visit the link in our bio to read "What We Lost in Austin Bombing Victim Draylen Mason" by Mike Hall, a devastating remembrance of the boy who touched so many lives. 🎨: Gary Kelly • • • bombings

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El Sistema USA

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NEW POST: A year later, we remember . Today, there are lessons learned from his extraordinary life. Read the full article in the link in our story.

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Old pic but same crew. Today marks one year since you’ve been gone. I remember when you introduced me to Home Slice around New Years Eve and we had the best time there. I never knew the of no longer having your best friend by your side. I miss you and will continue to love my life like you lived yours. Filled with fearlessness and kindness #austinbombings

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Start Here Podcast – ABC News

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A year ago in Austin, Texas, two people died and five were wounded in a string of bombings that lasted nearly three weeks. Now, for the first time, @JoshMargolin shares exclusive police audio as SWAT officers closed in on the suspected bomber. ▶️ Hear more on today’s episode of Start Here, the daily 20-minute news podcast from @ABCNews. Subscribe and listen wherever you get your podcasts. bombings

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Tony Plohetski

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We will soon be releasing a of work I'm extremely proud of: A 30-minute prime-time documentary airing at 7 p.m. Friday on KVUE and a 6,100-word serial narrative in print beginning Sunday in the Austin American-Statesman that will run across both digital platforms. After gaining some remarkable access, we reveal, in the richest detail yet, how police stopped the Austin bomber. It illustrates the investigation's twists and turns and determination by an army of law enforcement to end 19 days that shook our city. . . . . bombings