Oberlin mourns loss of popular young airman
Oberlin residents are grieving the loss of a hometown boy who was murdered Sunday while he was home for a visit after graduating from the Special Forces Academy at Lackland Air Force Base.
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#1 Oct 20, 2011
I will say this again and again. THIS FINE YOUNG MAN DID NOT..........DID NOT DESERVE TO DIE. NO SYMPATHY FOR THE PUNK THAT PULLED THE TRIGGER. I HOPE THE TRIGGER MAN **NEVER**NEVER** SMELLS THE THE SWEET AROMA OF FREEDOM AGAIN. JUST REMEMBER THE MAN YOU KILLED SERVED IN THE MILITARY SO YOU.....THE TRIGGER MAN CAN CONTINUE TO SMELL THE AROMA OF FREEDOM.
THE TRIGGER MAN IS THE BIGGEST COWARD OF COWARDS. SHOOTING SOMEONE WHILE THEY SLEPT----SUCH A PUNK.
AM I ANGRY????......JUDGE FOR YOURSELF!!!!!!!!!!
#2 Oct 21, 2011
There were others involved, will God's graces they will all be held accountable. This was low down cowardly actions that will never be forgiven. This young man has no voice, he was murdered, he is mad as hell at everyone that has anything to do with those involved. Let him rest in peace and quit posting stuff about his memory on facebook.
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