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By Kevin Powers
May 10, 2009
Officers line the path of the survivors as they arrive at the Vigil.
about 1 year ago
GOD BLESS and RIP. Thats 387 Guardian Angels to watch 0ver those that Serve & Protect...
RIP every one of My Brothers and Sisters that paid the ultimate sacrifice. And God Bless all of the family and friends that have lost loved ones.
Rest In Peace, and JOB WELL DONE, fallen Officers! I'm FOR the vigil. But - Eric Holder? Reminds me of letting Ted Kennedy, Janet Reno, and other anti-Law Enforcement rejects defile the National Memorial Service at the Capitol on previous May 15th's. Might as well let Obamma in as well. Then he could criticize our Heroes more.
over 2 years ago
There is a very special lady's name on that wall. She helped me follow my dream. This year I had,a friends name added to many. I was not there this year. But when Janet was honored I was there. It is a very humbling exerperence standing hearing the names of so many Heroes name be read. They are the true Heroes, they served their cities,towns,county, state, and country to the fullest and gave their life up, doing their job. I say REST IN PEACE MY BROTHERS AND SISTERS... THE SILENT HEROES...
about 4 years ago
Eric Holder is a two face liar!
I was honored to be chosen as one of the few who read out the roll call of names of fallen heroes at the 2010 Candle light vigil and am looking for any and all photos I can find of the service since I was unable to take very many being up on sage. Anyone who can EMAIL me links to any photo galleries from the event it would be GREATLY appreciated. email@example.com
ALLRIGHT, I'VE FINALLY GOTTEN MY EMOTIONS UNDER CONTROL AND STOPPED CRYING LONG ENOUGH TO SAY- god bless every one of my brothers and sisters on that wall of honor. 387 brave men and women,our friends, comrades, family........
God bless and may you rest in peace.
God bless every one of these heroic officers. They will never be forgotten.
Ever since my best friend and brother-in-blue was killed in 2007, I've been to the vigil and this year will be no different. I can't wait until this Thursday, while it is a somber moment, it is great to meet fellow brother and sisters and socialize.
Never to be forgotten
It will be wonderful and moving. The weather is expected to be 60-70 degrees Fahrenheit. Expecting more than 25,000 in attendance at the candlelight service and many from Texas. All give some. They gave all.
May these fine men and women reset in peace. Thank you for your service.
God bless and rest in peace.
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