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Is AA1 a member of the Westboro Baptist Cult?

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The radical fringe group tied together by hate and the Christian term “Baptist” is once-again vowing to cause discord at the funeral of an American warrior.

On Monday, Feb. 11, at 1:00, mourners will fill Cowboy Stadium in Arlington, Texas, to honor and remember a hero, Christopher Scott Kyle, 38. The fanatics of Westboro Baptist Church plan to show up with pickets, taunts, and hate signs protesting all U.S. troops.

Navy SEAL, Chris Kyle, was inexplicably gunned down at close range last Saturday while he was helping a young Marine veteran over a rough post-deployment time. With Kyle that day was his friend Chad Littlefield, who was also murdered, both allegedly by Eddie Ray Routh, 25.

Routh is said to have confessed the dual murders to his sister.

The work that Chris Kyle did in his military career was by necessity fairly clandestine, but once he was no longer active duty, he wrote the best-selling book,“American Sniper”. He was recently more visible when he appeared on the NBC TV reality show last fall,“Stars Earn Stripes.”

So when hundreds of mourners come to pay their respects on Monday afternoon, the hate-group “Westborians” will also be there to show their disrespect for a warrior who was willing to give his life for their right to do so.

Examiner’s Note: While nothing official has crossed my desk, it’s a sure bet the Patriot Guard Riders will be at Cowboy Stadium on Monday to protect Chris Kyle’s widow, three children and hundreds, maybe thousands, of friends and admirers. All online photos of Chris Kyle seem to be copyrighted and not available for Examiner’s use.

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#2 Mar 30, 2013
Cult Hates SEALS

Members of Westboro Baptist Church reportedly protested slain Navy SEAL sniper Chris Kyle’s memorial service in Arlington, Texas on Monday. The hate group first announced its intentions via a press release earlier this week.

“WBC to picket memorial for mass murderer AKA Navy SEALs sniper Chris Kyle at Cowboys Stadium,” a Westboro press release stated.“He that killeth with the sword must be killed with the sword.”

Soldiers die; God laughs,” the release added.

I’m glad people such as myself and the Westboro Baptist Church are willing to stand up and call Chris Kyle out as the coward he was.

— Michael Crook (@Michael_Crook) February 11, 2013

One attendee also told TheBlaze that he saw Westboro protesters prior to the memorial service. The following photos were posted by various Westboro-related Twitter accounts on Monday, apparently from outside Cowboys Stadium where Kyle’s service was held:


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Westboro Baptist "Church" to protest funeral of one of the SEALs killed in chopper crash

Posted on 08/15/2011 2:00:10 PM PDT by Thunder90

WBC intends to protest Wed., 8/17/2011 @ 9:30 a.m.- Memorial Service to begin at 10:00 a.m.(Church of the Resurrection, 13720 Roe Avenue, Leawood, KS) for Navy SEAL Matthew D. Mason. Buriel will be private at Arlington National Cemetery following services in Missouri and Kansas.

Mason, 37, was one of 30 Americans killed Aug. 6 when a helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan by Taliban insurgents. The chief petty officer had seven tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was severely wounded in 2004 in Fallujah, which was the largest battle of the Iraq War.

Mason, whose wife, Jessica, is from Omaha, was awarded the Bronze Star with Valor device, Purple Heart and numerous other commendations. His survivors include two children.


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Why does this cult hate the SEALs so much?


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#5 Mar 30, 2013
Crowds Welcome Feeks; Westboro Baptist Church Plans To Protest
EOA Staff | September 3, 2012

Under an overcast sky, hundreds of people lined Route 2 from Annapolis into Edgewater to honor Special Warfare Operator Petty Officer 1st Class Patrick Feeks who was killed on August 16th in Afghanistan.

Feeks, 28, was in a helicopter that crashed during a firefight with insurgents.

Feeks body made its way from Dover Air Force Base early this morning and the procession will make its way along route 50 and Route 2 into Edgewater and the George P. Kalas Funeral home. Residents have been encouraged to line up along the route, with flags to honor this American hero.

While you enjoy a day off from your job, remember those who died doing theirs.#RIP Navy SEAL Patrick Feeks. His memorial is today in MD.

— Jummy Olabanji (@JummyTV) September 3, 2012

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