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Hawaii Patriots: Massive Turn Out Supports Family of Fallen U.S Marine Christopher Camero
Hawaii Reporter ^ | Sunday, August 21st, 2011 | ROBERT GOWAN

Posted on 08/21/2011 3:38:54 PM PDT by LeoWindhorse

We thought he was “the first Big Island boy” to die in the Global War on Terror. The Honolulu mainstream media news reporters told us so and they told us “dozens of people” showed up to witness the passing of his hearse last week Thursday. Both turned out to be not the case.

United States Marine Christopher Camero, a Waimea resident, was the first Big Island native to die from wounds received on the battlefield. He is the first to be buried at the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery. And he is the youngest of the three men from our community who lost their lives in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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TOPICS: Extended News; News/Current Events; US: Hawaii
KEYWORDS: camero; hawaii; marinecorps
Good job guys & gals ! his is the way it should be for all of our fallen heroes and warriors . Right on!
1 posted on 08/21/2011 3:39:06 PM PDT by LeoWindhorse
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To: LeoWindhorse

Great post- Thanks!

2 posted on 08/21/2011 4:16:54 PM PDT by matthew fuller (If America is to survive, the national socialist democrat (NAZI) party must be destroyed.)
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To: matthew fuller

God Bless him and his family. Nice to see people showing their respect.

3 posted on 08/21/2011 6:11:20 PM PDT by Amberdawn
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