RE: Memorial fund
By Linda Beaupre
September 16, 2009
First of all, my condolences to the Azure family. Not only do
they have to grieve for their son, but they also have to process
the tragic circumstances of his death. I cannot imagine the heartache
they must be experiencing right now.
Secondly, let's not fool ourselves Ms McCloud. Kyle is the only
person that can decide whether he wants to forgive Jared or not.
That's their private business and everyone else should butt out
of that decision. Kyle's hospital bills are probably already
well over $100 000 and his KIC coverage has been denied. He needs
every penny that can be scrounged up.
Jared's parents would want to remember their son at his best,
not his worst. But at the moment Kyle needs the money more than
Jared. There will be of time in the future for the Azure family
to memorialize their son. Unfortunately that time is not now.
The brutal fact is that Jared shot Kyle to kill him. This was
not a warning shot. Kyle was shot in the face and it is a miracle
that he survived.
Let us focus our resources on Kyle first at a time when he desperately
needs it. He has a long road to recovery ahead of him, if a full
recovery from such an ordeal, both physically and emotionally,
is at all possible.
Let the physical wounds heal first before anyone starts the judging
Received September 11, 2009
- Published September 16, 2009
Memorial Fund By Lisa McClould
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