After 1983 Korean Air Lines shoot-down, a family is left to stew in uncertainty

By Marc Fisher, July 18, 2014

On the morning after the shoot-down, Charisma LaFleur and her cousins sat themselves down in front of the TV because they had become invisible to the adults in the apartment in New York City. The kids watched “Star Wars” over and over and over while the grown-ups cried in each other’s arms.

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