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Gold Star and Military Families Continue Vigil With Same Questions for Bush


For Immediate Release: August 19th, 2005

Cindy Sheehan Leaves Crawford Temporarily To Be With Ailing Mother;
Gold Star and Military Families Continue Vigil With Same Questions for Bush

More Families Arrive Daily to Join ‘Camp Casey’

CRAWFORD, TX - As Cindy Sheehan leaves Crawford to help care for her mother who entered the hospital yesterday, members of Gold Star Families for Peace and Military Families Speak Out - those whose loved ones were killed in Iraq, and those who have loved ones are needlessly in harm’s way - vow to remain in Crawford and to carry on the vigil at ‘Camp Casey’ in Cindy Sheehan’s absence. Families from across the country continue to come to Crawford to uphold the call for a meeting with President Bush, and an end to the war in Iraq.

Mimi Evans of Hyannis, Massachusetts said, shortly after Cindy left the Vigil, “My son is deploying to Iraq within the next week, and I am here in Crawford because I have the same questions for the President as Cindy does. Just what is the noble cause for which my son is risking his life?

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