VIDEO: Rep. Jackie Speier opens up about Jonestown massacre

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"There are so many thoughts that run through your head when you're dying. And I was 28 years old. I had resigned myself to the fact that I was dying." Bay Area Rep. Jackie Speier was shot and left to die in what became the largest mass murder-suicide in American history. Here's a look at what she shared with ABC7's Cheryl Jennings about the ordeal that haunts her to this day. (KGO-TV)

In 1978, Congresswoman Jackie Speier, D-Calif., was shot and left for dead in the largest mass murder-suicide in American history. She opened up to ABC7 about the Jonestown massacre and the horrific ordeal that haunts her to this day.

Watch the video player above for a look at her full interview.

Go here and here for a look at the full stories about Speier and Jonestown by ABC7's Cheryl Jennings.
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