Naomi was an honor student in school, ran track, sang in the choir. That was before Valentine's Day 1991, when the 14-year-old teenage girl pumped several bullets from her father's 9mm gun into a stomach of a teenage boy who lived up the street. The young man that Naomi shot, fortunately, was able to survive. In 1992, Naomi shared her story with Oprah from a juvenile prison outside of Seattle to explain what prompted her to open fire on one of her classmates. For more on #oprahwinfreyshow, visit WatchOWN.tv/TOWS
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