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Fallen officer deserves thanks

Prayers and thoughts go out to those and their families who put their lives on the line each and every day to make sure we are safe ("A quiet hero," Aug. 30). There are not enough thanks that express our gratitude.

To those who have paid the ultimate price like Officer Jason Schneider, God Bless you and may the loved ones left behind find peace.

C.J., Orlando, Fla.

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