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Comments by class of 2006 eogreen jr high on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 20:16
May Larry King rest in peace! i am an EOGreen junior high school's former student! in fact the computer lab were Larry King was murdured, i had it 3rd period. when i think about it happening there i get chills. when i was in the 8th grade Larry was a 6th grader there. whom would say that he would have to die.?// this is one of the most tragic incidents in the entire united states. Whom would expect it to happen at such a designated blue ribbon school. In fact that is one of the reasons why they had us wear uniforms. and on top of that have youre shirt tucked in, to see if you had any type of weapon in any way! E.O.Green is indeed a great school. i loved going to school there. i can say many good things about that place. and keep in mind it can happen ANYWARE! many of us ask ourselves why him?.. why Larry? he was a harmless inoccent adolesant may he rest in peace and Larry you will always be in my toughts and prayers! god bless you and youre family!
oxnard,california, california
United States  

Comments by Robert Ryan Riddle on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 20:12
I am so sorry for your loss. Larry was clearly a very courageous, and very well-loved, young person.
I went tonight to the memorial vigil here in Washington, D.C. with friends from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Sangha of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington (Vipassana Bhuddist meditation).
Just know that many hearts go out to you, and pray for you, and many hearts are touched by the loss of little Larry.
Robert Riddle
Hyattsville, Maryland
United States  

Comments by La on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 20:04
Dear Larry - Your boundless courage to be who you are will continue to inspire me for the rest of my life.
May you rest in peace and in the loving memory of all of your LGBTQ brothers and sisters who pledge to make it safe for all children to grow up and be who they truly are.
Washington, DC
United States  

Comments by Steve Cooperman on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:51
It is so heartbreaking for something this tragic to happen to anyone, let alone anyone as young as Larry. It's just so senseless, too -- he wasn't harming anyone, he was trying to discover himself, and what right does ANYONE have to prevent someone from living a peaceful life the way they choose to live it? My hope is that the perp thinks of Larry every day and agonizes over how he senselessly killed a little boy. My heart goes out to Larry's friends and relatives; in time, I know you'll just remember the good times instead of what just happened -- support each other and love each other. The closeness of family ties nnd friendship will carry you through these tough times. In loving memory of Larry...
Woodland Hills, CA
United States  

Comments by Joanne on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:44
I am so deeply sorry for your loss. I have read some of the beautiful things others have stated and their support. I know that nothing can take away the senselessness of what happened. I just wanted you to know that you are in my thoughts and prayers and I feel as if this happened to my family member.
We are all relations.
San Diego, California
United States  

Comments by Janine on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:41
Thoughts and prayers are with you at this devestating time, may you visit this page often and I hope it gives you support and strength to fight for justice. Your son will not be forgotten.
Sacramento, CA
United States  

Comments by chris on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:35
sending healing thoughts to the school and community. i am heart broken looking at all the photos of Larry, this beautiful young boy. thanks to the people who put this memorial site together.
i am sending a donation to the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Simon Wiesenthal Center for Tolerance, both organizations who do an excellent job of teaching tolerance to students and adults. We need more parents involved with their children, more education and more play/creative/arts in schools and daily life.
sending LOVE & PEACE to all of those who grieve.
los angeles, california
United States  

Comments by Melissa on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:31
I am sorry to Larry's family that we as a people could not accept each others differences in time to save one of own. I am sorry that I did not fight harder against those that shunned me in high school as I could've saved a life. No child should EVER fall victim to the ignorance of others. When will you see that we are not so different.
Cyr, Ontario
Canada  

Comments by Leigh on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:12
My thoughts are with those who were lucky enough to know this courageous boy. Though his murder was fueled by hate, even in death he is bringing hope to others through both the donation of his organs and his bravery to speak the truth about himself at such a young age. Even those of us who didn't know him can learn a lot from his example.
Portland, Oregon
United States  

Comments by Ranesha on Monday, February 25, 2008 at 19:09
Just being right up the street from this horrible thing that happened to larry, who was respectively nothing but an innocent young boy who was who he was, and wasnt afraid to show it, truly scared me. and all day I thought to myself I hope he can survive this. though he didnt survive he touched so many hearts in so many ways and he opened the eyes of so many people especially the public, and i would like to thank him for that. i did not know larry personally but he has taught me to love who i am and not to change for anybody...God bless to the King Family...my prayer goes out to you all. R.I.P. LARRY KING
oxnard, california
United States  

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