A woman prays in front of the memorial. A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.

The Crosses of Lafayette Memorial

A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.

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A pro-war demonstrator verbally attacks Louise Clark who owns of the land where the controversial memorial, The Crosses of Lafayette was erected. The memorial is made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
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The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 8, 2007
Filename:
23-2360-0059
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A memorial made of thousands of wooden crosses, one for each US soldier killed in Iraq, has become a controversial issue, grabbing national attention because of the reaction from various pro-war groups. The memorial was erected by anti-war volunteers on a privately-owned hillside in Lafayette, CA.
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The Crosses of Lafayette ...
Date:
March 11, 2007
Filename:
24-2360-0428
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