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Comments by A Friend on Wednesday, July 14, 2010 at 16:14
What a beautiful child with such a short life. May the loss of Larry make others more aware of the importance of tolerance. At the end of the day we are all one in the eyes of God.
Los Angeles, CA
United States  

Comments by Mikaaa (: on Tuesday, July 06, 2010 at 06:29
First of all, I am terribly sorry for your loss, Larry seem to have been an amazing boy, and I'm truly sorry for what happened to him. As another gay teen (I'm actually bisexual, and I'm 14) I can relate to what he went through, in some ways. I've been rejected at restaurants, shops, etc, for being openly bisexual (I have a boyfriend). I think it's horrible how things like what happened to Larry can go on, and it is WRONG, in every sense of the word. Love is love, regardless of genders. And it's a damn shame there are people who don't accept people for who they are. Being gay or bisexual doesn't make you evil, or weird, or anything. Gays and bisexuals are still kind, loving and caring people, with emotions. Yet every day, people like Larry, and people like me, have to suffer through both verbal and physical abuse, because we choose to be who we are. This is sad,and it makes me cry. I hope one day, the world will change... Rest in Peace, Larry, thanks for staying true to yourself. <3
Sandviken, -not American-
Sweden  

Comments by Carol on Sunday, June 20, 2010 at 08:48
I'm speechless, at a loss for words but my heart is overflowing with compassion...
Placida, FL
United States  

Comments by Abby on Monday, June 14, 2010 at 18:40
Profoundly sorry, an unimaginable loss. I fail to find a way to express how my heart is wrent thinking of going through this. We all stand with you, not only in sympathy, but in outrage and a commitment to effect a change. Much love from Charlotte, you are in my prayers.
Charlotte, NC
United States  

Comments by Clay on Friday, June 11, 2010 at 11:04
I want to say sorry for your lose. No one should ever get killed for ther sexual preference. My old High School sold shirts with the picture of your son and a little story about how he died. That was the day of Silence we wore them t-shirts to support not only your son but every other homosexual out there by being silent. I'm gay and i know what it's like to be bullied. i have my friends and family that stand in front of me when someone bullies me. I don't let none of them words get to me becuase i know that words are just words. i move on and just enjoy my life the best and make something out of myself to prove that homosexuals can do what a heterosexaul can do. i'm going to school for criminal justice to become a cop.
In my prayers forever,
Clay Affeldt
Madison, Illinois
United States  

Comments by Natasha on Wednesday, June 09, 2010 at 17:28
My prayers are with you and your family. God Bless.......................
Mobile, Alabama
United States  

Comments by Lola Mason on Wednesday, June 02, 2010 at 05:50
I am soooooooo sorry for your lost. I lost my father when I was about seven years old and it still hurts to this day. I know it wont compare to losing a child but I just want the King family to know people all over America are hurt by the death of your son. God loves you, I love you, and Larry loves you.
Destroit, MI
United States  

Comments by Jaycee on Saturday, May 29, 2010 at 17:34
In our planning class we were told to do a project on discrimination.
I chose to do mine on Lawrence King.
I will spread your story Larry.
Clarkson, British Columbia
Canada  

Comments by Ricky on Friday, May 28, 2010 at 15:40
hello,my nae is ricky and i just wanted to say that im deeply sorry for your lost him seemed to a great kid and i dont understand what would make a person me so mean a hateful to him i really dont know him but just by hearing his story made me want to make a difference so that i and others can make sure that this doesn't happen again i dont know him but i love him a great soul may larry rest in peace FROM:"THE FYI SHOW"
Baltimore, md
United States  

Comments by rev betty on Thursday, May 27, 2010 at 05:10
We never knew him. We LOVE HIM. I printed and carried a picture of him to work telling everyone what happened.
na, na
United States  

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