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Photog Loses Everything to Burglars While Swearing In as US Citizen

3 days ago   |   By Peta Pixel

A photographer had her house hit by burglars last month while she and her family were out being sworn in as a US citizen. She lost all her camera gear, computers, and essentially everything that had value in her home.
Originally from Poland, Berkeley, California-based family and birth photographer Ania Zimnoch attended a naturalized citizen oath ceremony in Oakland on November 21st. Accompanied by her husband and daughter, Zimnoch joined 1,356 other people in taking an oath of allegiance to the US and becoming a citizen of the country.
“There were tears and smiles all around,” says...
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