Blairstown Man Killed in Afghanistan

Dec 14, 2011 Full story: WNNJ.com

The military says a U.S. soldier from Warren County has died in Afghanistan. The U.S. Air Force says the remains of Spc.

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IanE

Hounslow, UK

#1 Dec 15, 2011
Although I am a Brit and live in the UK I know Warren fairly well - family living there! So when you hear news like this you feel it particularly sensitively. I know his township so I feel I know his neighbours, so I feel I know their loss just as much as I feel the loss of a soldier in my own neighbourhood here in the UK. I hope his family know there are people both sides of the "Pond" who understand why our forces are there, who share their grief and pray they receive Supreme comfort at this dreadful time in their lives.
Rattle Kattle

Debary, FL

#2 Dec 15, 2011

He was killed BECAUSE he was in Afgahnistan

Our Imperial government sent him there the monsters in Washington DC killed this soldier

USA GO HOME.....bomb own rotten people as you bomb other nations.

The USA is a rotten nation of bombers from the B17 to the Predator, we claim to be heroes, but are terrorists ourselves

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