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December 13, 2006

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Greetings Chief Bratton, Thank you for acknowledging the sacrifices made by law enforcement officers and their families and the great measure of personal loss experienced by each and every family of law enforcement this year. May we hold these gifts in sacred rememberance, never forgetting the cost to our society was a cost paid by these officers and their families for us all. To you, and to the law enforcement community, I offer my condolences for your losses this year. I thank you for going on when it was hard to do so. I thank you for living and breathing in my world. Your lives matter to me, every one. I am grateful to your families and especially your children and your mothers whose sacrifices are scarcely seen by society and felt nonetheless. All of you bring good to the world by simply being in it. There is not a single one of you who is not making a positive difference in the course of the world just by being the men and women you are. For all of you I desire peace, and joy, and love overflowing. For myself and my world, I desire for you to remain in the land of the living. Yr friend,

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