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Comments by Kathy Frankforter (CTV) on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 22:27
Dear King Family: My heart is heavy and I am so very sorry for your loss. I am trying so hard to understand all of this. Kids killing kids and intolerance. It's time we all come together and say "No More." We are losing our children and it needs to stop.
I can just tell by Larry's pictures that he was a wonderful young man. - We must teach our young people tolerance. It starts at home of course. No one should have hatred in their hearts. This tragedy needs to wake up our society.
Larry, I feel like I know you now after visiting this page as well as your photo gallery. I have a strong feeling your death is going to bring about change finally. I sure hope so, and I will do my part to make sure that happens by signing a petition or whatever. No parent should have to lose a child like this. It's time we all get busy, in your name and change the world. God Bless ~
Redondo Beach, CA
United States  

Comments by Greg Bryant on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 22:17
This should not have happened! I am so sorry for the pain the ones left behind are going through. I did not know Larry, but I have been touched by him and I will not forget him. Find peace and know that love is being sent to you and your loved ones. Your life matters to me.
Long Beach, CA
United States  

Comments by CQ on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 22:00
A kind and gentle soul.
Los Angeles, California
United States  

Comments by Alejandra on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 21:46
Larry we are all going to miss you greatly. You were da life in school and we didnt know what we had until we lost it. You are a guy that is truly always going to be in everyone's heart. We are always going to remember you! We loved your humor and sensitivity, you always made us laugh even when we felt bad, you were always there you were always there for us! We love you and miss you... and i say this in behave of everyone in E.O. Green Jr. High
Port Hueneme, California
United States  

Comments by Jerry on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 21:24
Although I did not have the pleasure and honor of meeting this young man, I know that our community will always remember Larry for being himself in the face of hatred and intolerance. Larry, may God rest your soul; you are now free.
Oxnard, CA
United States  

Comments by Samantha on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 20:50
I went to EO Green as a seventh grader and part of my eigth grade year. I never knew Larry, I guess just bcause of the fact that he was in the grade younger than me. Even though I don't even live in Oxnard anymore, it is deeply saddening to hear about such a tragedy. A little boy being put through such misery because he had enough courage to express himself?! From what I've heard he was an amazing kid, but at least this has brought people all over the world a little bit closer together.
RIP Larry King, always loved & never forgotten.
I never knew that someone I had never come in contact with could be such an inspiration to other people.
<3
San Diego , California
United States  

Comments by Sequoia on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 20:49
I did not know Larry, nor did I live in his community. But I feel this loss as if I did. I can only imagine the pain his family feels and I hope no one in this community has to go through this again. My teenage child and I went to the memorial for Larry on Friday, it was very moving. Words fail me think about the loss to Larry's family, his community, his church, and his school. I hope this moves everyone in the community to actively teach and promote tolerance ... and also to keep guns away from kids, for crying out loud.
Peace
Van Nuys, CA
United States  

Comments by Alex Gonzales on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 20:47
To the parents of Larry my condolences. I did not know your son but his death did not go in vain. He was able to reach thousands of people on various levels of emotions and issues. Hopefully you will have support when you least expect it. P.s. Larry took a bullet 4 me, you see I am a gay man. I wish I was there to defend this innocent child. Larry is with God.
West Hollywood, CA
United States  

Comments by Rob Z on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 20:38
I don't have words enough to express how sorry and angry I am. You are in my prayers.
Astoria, NY
United States  

Comments by bj on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at 20:37
If by reading or hearing about Larry's story causes people to act a little kinder to each other, then a little bit of Larry still lives on. May we all learn to be more tolerant towards people's differences. Think what a sad boring place the world would be if we were all the same. RIP Lawerence. You will be missed.
Huntington Beach, CA
United States  

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