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Murdered Athens man leaves rich legacy

I read each and every comment. My grandfather didn't deserve this, and we really appreciate the support. Its hasn't been 2 month since I've returned from my deployment. My grandparents were terrified of me being in Afghanistan and it was understandable. I had to call or email to reassure them I was ok. My grandparents should be safe in their home, we shouldn't have to worry about someone attacking them. Now I have to go to bed every night knowing I couldn't protect him and he wasn't ok. Someone took my grandfather from us. So please, please if anyone has information contact the police.

posted @ Thursday, November 29, 2012 - 00:56

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