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In honor of Ed Seitz

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posted on Oct, 24 2004 @ 05:40 PM
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News came today of the sad loss of a great American. State Department's Diplomatic Security Specialist Ed Seitz was tragically killed today in Iraq.

Secretary of State Colin Powell, who is on a tour of Asia, said, The Department of State and I mourn the loss of one of our own today in Baghdad.
Ed was a brave American, dedicated to his country and to a brighter future for the people of Iraq, Powell said. Eds death is a tragic loss for me personally, and for all of his colleagues at the Department of State.

I met Ed earlier this spring while he was working a detail for an high profile leader of a Middle East Nation. Ed was one of the most professional and dedicated man I ever met. He was serious about his job. However, he always had a good joke to tell, and his sense of humor always lightened the seriousness of his job. He will be missed.

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[edit on 10/24/2004 by SHADOW266]



posted on Oct, 25 2004 @ 03:49 AM
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Originally posted by SHADOW266
News came today of the sad loss of a great American. State Department's Diplomatic Security Specialist Ed Seitz was tragically killed today in Iraq.

Secretary of State Colin Powell, who is on a tour of Asia, said, The Department of State and I mourn the loss of one of our own today in Baghdad.
Ed was a brave American, dedicated to his country and to a brighter future for the people of Iraq, Powell said. Eds death is a tragic loss for me personally, and for all of his colleagues at the Department of State.

I met Ed earlier this spring while he was working a detail for an high profile leader of a Middle East Nation. Ed was one of the most professional and dedicated man I ever met. He was serious about his job. However, he always had a good joke to tell, and his sense of humor always lightened the seriousness of his job. He will be missed.

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www.msnbc.msn.com...



[edit on 10/24/2004 by SHADOW266]



Respects to him and his family.....another sad victim of a war we shouldnt be fightin in Iraq....



 
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