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Comments by Joyce on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 21:00
Larry's courage to be himself will be remembered in the struggle for human rights. My heartfelt support to Larry's family. My he rest in peace with God and may his family find peace.
NY, NY
United States  

Comments by Gillian on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 20:55
I am deeply sorry for the King family's loss; I hope they can find some comfort in the genuinely caring comments posted here, and rest assured that their son is respected and missed.
East Greenwich, Rhode Island
United States  

Comments by Rod on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 20:34
That is so sad.
LPC, MD
United States  

Comments by Oxnard Resident on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 20:27
My heart goes out to the King family.
It may not seem like it at this time, but I am very optimistic that something positive will come of this tragedy. I know in my heart that this Angel’s (Larry’s) life was not taken in vane. Goo bless you all…
Oxnard, CA
United States  

Comments by Jim Walshe on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 20:02
My deepest and most heartfelt sympathy to Larry's family and friends....words fail to explain what a horrible tragedy this is! I pray that justice be served so this never happens again to another innocent person.
San Clemente, CAlifornia, ca
United States  

Comments by Anonymous on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 19:58
I am verry sorry for the loss of this child. Children grow up constantly being told to be themselves because people will like you for who you are. Only thing they forget to tell kids is the ignorance of other people who think they can walk water and judge others who are not them. I actually work at the hospital where Larry passed and I don't know why but I walked passed his room while I was working and caught a glimpse of him and I wanted to cry. just seeing him was so sad and i felt the need to pray for him in my heart. I don't know him personally but for some reason he has placed himself in mine and alot of peoples heart. All I keep thinking is this should have never happened. People should not be afraid to be themseleves and Larry clearly wasn't. God be with him and everyone in his life that was affected by this tragedy.
Pasadena, CA
United States  

Comments by james caswell on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 19:47
My thoughts and sympathy go to the family and friends of Larry. If anything good--and it's very difficult to imagine anything positive coming from something so tragic and meaningless--but Larry's death has made people aware of how important it is to be tolerant and accepting of the differences between people.
Santa monica, california, ca
United States  

Comments by Cathy Carroll on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 19:44
Please accept my heartfelt prayers for Larry's family. Having lost my precious son Nicholas to a senseless act of drunken violence in Sept 2001, I understand how disorientated and devastated his family are feeling.
Just know that, even though nothing is harder than this, it is survivable. Things can never be the same, there's a hole in your heart, but you can keep going, breath by breath, step by step, toward that day when you will see him again. Keep a close eye out for signs from him, he will stay very close for a while, until you are OK. My heart is with you. CC
Orange, NSW
Australia  

Comments by Jocelyn Salinas on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 19:42
LARRY KING WAS THE BEST GUY IN THE SCHOOL. HE WAS MY BEST FRIEND,MORE LIKE MY BROTHER SO TO SAY.I SAY AT LEAST HES STILL ALIVE IN MY HEART.
I MISS YOU LARRY AND I WILL NEVER FORGET YOU.
Port Hueneme, CALIFORNIA
United States  

Comments by Terry on Sunday, February 17, 2008 at 19:40
I see this face and I see the innocence this child witheld behind his eyes. Regardless of what his orientation was, he was still a child of God...a child who innocently enough had great courage to express who he was;courage that many adults fail to find. I didn't know Larry, but I admire this young man for being strong and inspiring to all those who feel the need to express themselves, but may not know how. God bless this family and everyone who's hearts are touched and saddened. Above all, God bless Larry for he is now an angel who will be greatly missed.
Oxnard, Ca
United States  

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