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Robert Jones
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Re: Tears On The Face of Superman
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May he rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers go out to the officer's family.

We just lost an LASD Deputy over the weekend. He was apparently assassinated as he came out of his house on the way to work.

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Larry Levy
Rob Reed  
Re: Tears On The Face of Superman
8/7/08, 11:55am
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>May he rest in peace. My thoughts and prayers go out to the
>officer's family.

Amen!

Thanks for sharing, Booga... and keep taking care of yourself!

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Re: Tears On The Face of Superman
8/17/08, 2:52pm
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I too have been to a very large funeral for a Police Officer when I was serving my time. I didn't know him personally, but I knew of him. I rode one of our department's Harley Davidson's and was one of over 200 motorcycles to lead. There was a following of over 800 patrol cars. When we reached the grave site it was truly an emotional moving experience. From the missing man formation of the helicopters to 21 gun salute and the bag pipes. I stood there and cried as over a hundrend around me did the same.

That was many moons ago. I decided to not attend another peace officer funeral, unless it was someone I knew personally. It was very hard on my heart.

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