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Comments by Elizabeth Bennett on Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 11:41
My condolences are extended to the family of Larry King. Peer Abuse and bullying should NOT be tolerated under any circumstances. I hope the shooter serves his full sentence.
Los Angeles, California
United States  

Comments by Doug on Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 00:24
My deepest sympathy for little Larry, may God help us to end this hate and bigotry in our world.
Irvine, California
United States  

Comments by Carolin on Wednesday, September 24, 2008 at 14:27
One day the hate will stop. I am still optimistic. We are get to know more and more knowledge about what makes us so unike human.
My throughts are with his family.
Berlin, Berlin
Germany  

Comments by Xue on Saturday, September 20, 2008 at 03:53
I was shocked to know that such an innocent young man was just killed because he dared to be who he really was. I admire his bravery, which his family, friends or anyone of us should remeber and be proud of. I have no words for the perpetrators, but do feel angry on those who have not taken their share of responsibilities to educate those young men how they should really treat life and people. Those people should be blamed, what is more, should learn and change themselves. Life could be better, things could be different, if all of us have a bit more tolerance and respect for others.
Rotterdam, South Holland
Netherlands  

Comments by Marilu on Friday, September 19, 2008 at 15:36
I am so sorry about larry he will always be in everyones hearts.I know what the King family are feeling.They killed my cousion and aunt died.But they dont have a reason why they were murdered.REST IN PEACE LAWRENCE KING...Gone but never forgotten.
New Castle, Delaware
United States  

Comments by Cecelia on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 14:17
My deepest sympathy to everyone who knew and loved Lawrence. Just from his photos I can tell he was a fun and happy little guy.
Vancouver, BC
Canada  

Comments by Commentor on Wednesday, September 17, 2008 at 09:55
Larry I am sorry that this world, your family, friends, and us all have lost whatever your were and whatever you were never given the chance to become. My hope is that your now where you feel no hate, no pain, and are surrounded by love.
I hope this is the last we hear of our GLBT brothers and sisters or those that come across or are thought to be GLBT are killed. yet with too many still out there that believe we are second class citizens I fear this day has yet to come.
seattle, wasington
United States  

Comments by Jelly Horeidet on Monday, September 15, 2008 at 14:19
In our deeply religious, profoundly concervative family, we've been discussing what happened to Larry since the terrible news about his fate was spread to our small country. May he rest in peace and may the world pray forever for his innocent, sincere soul. To all of you out thereo anyhing you can to prevent this from happen again.
Arendal, Aust-Agder
Norway  

Comments by Aizar Jaffer on Saturday, September 13, 2008 at 19:21
dear god! what has our word come to that a sweet innocent child was murdered for being gay? my thoughts and prayers are with Larry's family and friends and i pray that Larry may finally rest in eternal peace. this further proves that people and society as a whole are afraid of what they don't know!!!!
Calgary, Alberta
Canada  

Comments by Jamie on Thursday, September 11, 2008 at 22:51
Sweet god almighty. Why is it that no one will teach about coming out of the animal self, and coming into the human self. This is all that matters in life. I was also a foster child, so was my mother, and all of my siblings at one time or another. I am also gay. Larry you have the most innocent face a child could have, and I pray that god would see what we all see. Being gay isn't about the sex, because this boy wasn't even old enough to be sexually active. What this boy felt was call love. Not lust. After this incident, this country needs to have a wake up call on gay youth.
Bronx, New York
United States  

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