Paying their respects

Michael Holahan/Staff
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Patriot Guard Rider Paul Roberts, with his granddaughter Sophie, 1, stands with other riders outside of the Thomas L. King Funeral Home during the visitation for Deputy James D. Paugh, who was shot to death Sunday.

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susietja 10/26/11 - 11:09 pm
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One of the most awesome

One of the most awesome pictures I have ever seen. Knowing that a 'picture is worth a thousand words', this one eloquently depicts the motive and inspiration of every Patriot Guard Rider. No Borders.

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cytoranger 10/26/11 - 11:13 pm
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As a vet with kidz in harms

As a vet with kidz in harms way I really want to ride with these guyz . When and where do they meet as a group other than formal functions. I want to join.

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TakeAHike 10/27/11 - 01:18 pm
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Kudos to Mr. Holahan for a

Kudos to Mr. Holahan for a very moving photograph. Just awesome.

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Patty-P 10/27/11 - 02:46 pm
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That is a very moving photo.

That is a very moving photo.

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