Father of fallen Lubbock soldiers recalls anti-gay protests at funeral
By Michael Slother - email LUBBOCK, TX - In 2006 Roy Velez lost his second son Andrew oversees as he served during the war in Afghanistan.
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#1 Oct 8, 2010
I think we all agree this was a most touching moment for this family. Some of us know what its like to fight for your country and come back hated. Not to make a long comment out of this. Some of us also know there are five Supreme Court Justices only rule according to the Special Interest Groups interest maybe just one of those spinless Justices will break from the status quo and rule in favor with this family and let this soldier RIP.
#2 Oct 11, 2010
I feel shame for living in a USA that lets this happen. This is not free speech it is just shameful harrassment.
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