Remember the fallen policemen and women, and pray for those who wear the badge
By Becky Barnes
Thursday, January 27, 2011 at 10:33 am (Updated: January 27, 3:12 pm)
Amanda Haworth. Roger Castillo. Thomas Baitinger. Jeffrey Yaslowitz. Steven Dodds. Ralph Painter. Christopher Matlosz. Suzanne Hopper. William H. Torbin Jr., Larry Nehasil.
You may not recognize the names, but soon each one will be etched in granite in some cemetery.
There is no other word to describe the apparent war against police officers that has left 14 families grieving for their sons and daughters, husbands and wives.
So far this month, 14 police officers have been murdered while doing the jobs in their chosen fields.
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