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March 22, 2009

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My deepest condolences to the families of the deceased. They are heroes. Surely they will be missed.

I am very late for this post, but I just happened upon Dave Grossman's article. Thank you, Dave, for writing it.

I grieve for the wives and children of these brave men, and for their siblings and parents. It is simply too much to bear such a loss.

I am angry and disgusted at the don’t-confuse-me-with-the-facts media who are constantly attacking these brave men and women who every day put on their vests and uniforms and head out into hostile communities.

I am angry at the self-serving city counsel members and mayors, who in city after city hamstring our police officers. This sad state is compounded by the corrupt, ultra liberal judicial system and parole boards who release these criminals onto our streets. There's not much we can do about the media, but if there are enough of us, we can do something about the sheep who seek our votes.

We are imploding — as we watch — as we vote.

None was my son — but they were all his brothers.

deepest sympathies to the families of the officers, they are true heros and will always be remembered as such. The sheepdog post was very motivating, gonna post that in our station.

Joe
LAPD Southwest Div / valley crossfit

Freddie, I just sent that whole commentary to my entire unit via email. We are the Sheepdogs...fangs dripping to protect the sheep.

Semper Fi

David

Thank you for posting that amazing article. "Blessed are the Peacemakers" indeed.

Thank you to the OPD and all you other Sheepdogs.

Respect and Honor.

God bless. Prayers to the families of the fallen officers. Please be safe out there, it is always a sad day when one of the men/women in uniform does not come home.

We all need for you to watch your six, say a prayer and head on home when shift is over.

My prayers go out to the men that lost their lives. And my heart breaks for the families that are left behind to mourn.

Rest in Peace.

Condolences to all who knew these fine men. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Respectfully,
Steve and Denise
CF Marina

God bless the sheepdogs and please be safe out there. I know I speak for all of the Crossfit community when I say, we support you and appreciate the sacrifices that you all make for us every day.

Rest in peace heros, your sacrifice was not in vain.

:(

Rest in Peace, Sheepdogs. The words "thank you" will never be enough...but thank you anyway.

Lynn,

What happened on BART was a tragedy, but your comment was inappropriate at this time so I took it off.

John 15:13
Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends.

If you ever get the chance to see Dave Grossman, do it.

Keep the OPD families in your hearts and prayers and never let the wolves have their day! "Blessed are the peacemakers..." Great post Freddy, Stay Safe

There is one word missing from many of the articles on this tragedy..it is "Hero". You are all heros. Please protect yourselves and your fellow officers. I rather lose my every worldly possession than to lose my husband.

My deepest sympathy goes out to the family, friends, and brothers/sisters of the officers KILOD...great post Freddy.

What a horrible tragedy! My thoughts are with the OPD officers and families. My wife cries for every officer KILOD, and begs me to be safe.....

Lets all be safe out there.

I am sadden by the murder of our OPD brothers, Officer John Hege, Sgt. Daniel Sakai, Sgt. Ervin Romans, and Sgt. Mark Dunakin. My heart goes out for the family of these brave officers.

There is nothing 'routine' about anything we do. Each of us became police officers knowing the sacrifice that might comes with that call of duty.

I salute you, my brave brothers. May you rest in peace.

Before becoming a member of OW my involvement with polices officers was pretty much handing over my CDL and signing on the dotted line. But now knowing many in the law enforcement community I have nothing but respect for what each and all of you go threw on a daily basis. My life has been greatly enriched by the friends I have made here at One World. My thoughts are with the families of this weekends tragedy.

my apology...i misspelled Officer Hege's name.

My deepest sympathy, thoughts and prayers for Officer Hegel, Sgts Sakai, Romans and Dunakin, and their families. They were true heros. Rest in Peace, Brothers.

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