I normally do not do anything like this.
However, as we learn in life, things and/or events happen that at times become life-altering events. Additionally, one of the basics you learn in life (and law school!) is there are at least 2 sides to every story.
Regardless of what you think about Nam and its unfortunate war, the man did risk his life and served his country.
The man made the ultimate sacrifice and what makes this situation worse is he had family and friends that would have appreciated him being brought home for a respectful funeral and proper burial.
The body deserves to be transported back here and given the dignity due.
Supporters are now helping to
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