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Comments by Aled Gaynor on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 23:47
I was absolutely shocked when I heard about this. All my thoughts are with the King family, Larry's friends and anyone who knew him
Rest In Peace Larry
Sydney, NSW
Australia  

Comments by Sonni on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 20:56
It was a terribly thing that happened to Larry. I deal with discrimination against my friends because of their sexuality, or simply because they are different. We are trying to, in my school in Gaylord, create a way to help kids who need help, or simply because they can't ask anyone else. A large majority of kids are going to participate in the National Day of Silence, in memory of Larry, and of all the other kids in whom are killed each year because they are just different.
K.I.N.D. In Gaylord High School Supports.
Vanderbilt, MI
United States  

Comments by allison on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 20:19
something like this could've been prevented if they school and specifially looked into bullying...you son didnt deserve this...nobody deserves to be harrassed for being who they were...you son had something i didnt have when i was his age...P.R.i.D.E...although i am 18 i look at you son as an inspiration for all teenagers going through things like this and i only hope he's in heaven looking down with a smile on his face...although he is not here with us anymore he is looking down on us b/c he's finally at peace and in heaven with family and the jesus christ...god bless and i am sorry for your loss
phoenix, AZ
United States  

Comments by Christine on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 18:09
My college, the University of Connecticut, held a memorial service for your son today. I never cried, until I went there and my eyes started to tear up. Your child was beautiful. He deserved life. Seeing him grow up is touching. I hope you all stay the course.
He, in is small way, gave me hope. Months before this happened, I asked myself, Why do I care about GLBT rights ? when Iím not gay and I donít know anyone who is open and I never have to. Why do I care? Am I just a 20 something with endless energy to burn and a need to feel important? Why do I put myself through meetings and lectures , why do I spend endless hours reading up on their issues, ones that donít even effect me.
This went on for months.
When I turned on the TV and saw what happened to Lawrence King, I knew why. I know why
I care.....
Storrs, CT
United States  

Comments by Monali Chaudhary-Rai on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 17:38
My cousin sent this to me. When I read about this, my heart just broke. I cannot believe something horrible would happen to someone who was just being who they are. i pray that his family can recovering from this tragedy.
Mumbai, Maharashtra
India  

Comments by Kennedy on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 16:45
It makes me think about how when I was in 8th grade, this asshole kid said something about wishing he could "bring a gun or a knife to school to kill all the gays." I went and told the school counselor, who sent me back to class, then 20 minutes later summoned me back to have a 'conference' with this boy to work out our differences, and the threat was dismissed and ignored.
It makes me so mad at myself that I didn't think about until after I had gone to college that I should have made a big stink about it, gotten the kid expelled, and the counselor fired for not handling the situation right away, and for potentially putting me in danger by making it obvious that I was the one to 'tattle.'
I didn't think the kid was going to do anything, but neither did the kids who heard that Brandon was going to kill Larry.
I'm a freshman in college now, and I'm still haunted by the fact that I didn't fight back more when I was younger.
I am so sorry.
Chicago, Illinois
United States  

Comments by MTB on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 07:59
My heart goes out to your family. Larry will be remembered, I will not forget.
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Canada  

Comments by john calado on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 07:46
i feeel raelly bad aboout what hapeennd.....rest in peace lawrence
east meadow, ny
United States  

Comments by xiomara on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 06:33
Hi, i just wanted to say i'm so sorry for your loss. larry looked like a beautiful and happy kid. his death will not be in vain. i was in my counselors office when i was reading about the day of silence and that is was going to be held in memory of larry. it was so shocking to me that someone wold be so threatened by and 15 year old boy that he could even think of doing the impossible. i am so sorry. this is the first year that i will be participating in the day of silence, and i just wanted to let you know its becuase of your son. he will remain in my memory forever. my family and i send regards to you and your family. GOD BLESS!
austin, texas
United States  

Comments by J.B. on Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 04:06
Dear family & friends of Larry,
I am truely sorry for the loss of your son, brother, grandchild and friend.
I got to know about Larry via the Ellen DeGeneres Show. I am shocked and I can't believe what happened to Larry. The world should finally realize that "to be gay" is positive!
I AM A LESBIAN and I wish that I would be as strong and proud as Larry to be out in public!
You can call yourself very lucky that you had such an amazing son, brother, grandchild and friend!
I'll remember Larry & you in all my prayers.
Best regards,
J.
Krefeld, NRW
Germany  

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