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Comments by Niklas Bauer on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 18:56
I am so terribly sorry for htis crime. Prejudice and hate in this nation is something that needs to be addressed, as our current system creates fear and paranoia regarding sexuality. If someone is comfortable with their own sexuality, they should not feel offended, threatened, worried, or upset about anything that is different. And if no one felt these worries, there would be less hate. And that's exactly what everyone wants, less hate, isnt it? So why are having so much trouble and taking so long in finding a solution?
Cincinnati, Ohio
United States  

Comments by Mike LaNeve on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 13:50
Dear Larry, I could have been you. I was young, picked on, and gay. But I was afraid. You are my angel, my hero and my role model. As a teacher, my life will never be the same since the day of your death. Never again. Sleep well my angel.
Syracuse, NY
United States  

Comments by Brian on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 11:53
My heart is broken to learn of such a horrific and senseless tragedy. It's almost to the point that I am ashamed to live in a nation that fosters such hate and violence. I am a father of three and cannot even begin to fathom the pain that comes from losing a child in any manner, let alone one as gut-wrenchingly sick as this. My prayers are with the family of young Lawrence. May his brief life serve as a lesson to ALL that EVERYONE is precious and priceless. NO ONE deserves to have violence perpetrated upon them. Diversity is to be embraced, not hated or feared. To Lawrence's family, God bless you. I am sincerely and tearfully sorry for your loss. You are loved and thought about.
SLC, UT
United States  

Comments by Kelly on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 11:01
Let Larry's undying courage and spirit inspire us ALL to be ourselves and live life in the way we so desire. My heart is broken hearing his story. I only hope that parents and schools all over the world take this as a warning that things need to change, tolerance and acceptance need to be taught from kindergarten, and parents, teachers and administrators need to be more readily available to talk to students and recognise warning signs. In rememberance of Larry and all who've left this Earth far too early, only the GOOD die young.
Long Island, NY
United States  

Comments by Zydar C, on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 10:47
Rest now, sweet child. Thy memory shall not be forgotten by those of us who still live & remember thee. For when the day of a person is at and end, so too must the night of his bless'd eternal sleep begin. And though you were young & not yet full of years when you were taken, whilst you slumber undisturb'd, so too shall thy loved ones prosper & endure. Requiescat in pace, my child, Requiescat in pace...
Kuala Lumpur, Selangor Darul Eshan
Malaysia  

Comments by Melanie Hendrix on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 08:49
I only heard your story today. I too had a gay son, Adam. He was such a joy. He was killed in a car accident in August 2006. I remember his tough times being gay and wanting to help him. I also remember what a wonderful son he was to me. We were best friends. I am thinking of you and your family. He's hoping Adam and Larry have found each other. We can only hope. My heart is broken for you loss as well as mine. Peace to you. <3
Knoxville, TN
United States  

Comments by Roberta on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 07:51
I'm so sorry.
R.I.P.
Pesaro, Marche
Italy  

Comments by Taylor L on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 06:59
This should have never happened. If it happened to him who else could it happen to? I no longer feel safe in school. May he rest in peace.
N. Tonawanda, New York
United States  

Comments by Ashleigh on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 06:53
There is nothing I can say that would bring anyone comfort about this tragic event. It disgusts me to think that something like this could ever happen. The worst part is this probably isn't the first or last time it will happen. I plan on participatiing in the Day of Silence to help make a statement.
Glen Burnie, MD
United States  

Comments by angie on Wednesday, April 02, 2008 at 06:36
sending my love
toronto, ontario
Canada  

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