This is one of those photo assignments that stress me out long after it’s over. Reporter John Stucke had done his shoe-leather work in securing the interview with the two friends and the brother who witnessed the murder of Jennifer Sitliff, 20, by a mutual friend of theirs last Saturday night. We all met up at the victim’s grandmother’s house. I tried to be a fly on the wall during the interview. As the subjects recounted the shooting and its aftermath, they all showed their grief in different ways. It’s hard to trip the shutter at a moment like this, but it is one that I felt was honest and revealing. At home that night, I didn’t feel good about the emotional photo that would appear in the morning newspaper. Instead, I just felt haunted by their tragic story.