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Drummer Lee Rigby



Drummer Lee Rigby
Bombardier, May 24, 2013
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Lee, 25, is a dad to a young son called Jack and served with 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.

He served in Afghanistan and was today described as "true warrior" by comrades.

The serviceman's family tonight paid tribute to a loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle, adding that he always wanted to be in the Army, live life and enjoy himself.

His family were told the tragic news in the early hours last night.

Lieutenant Colonel Jim Taylor MBE said: Drummer Lee Rigby was a dedicated and professional soldier."


Read more: http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepag...named-as-Drummer-Lee-Rigby.html#ixzz2UDcbdZYg
    • Bombardier
      Lee was tragically murdered by Terrorists in Woolwich, London whilst he was walking down a street near to his barracks and wearing a Help for heroes T-shirt. film footage is available showing one of the Scum bag terrorists trying to justify his actions and also and more importantly footage also exists of two terrorists being shot by armed police. The feckers survived and are being treated in hospital. I am angry, sad and frustrated at this moment in time.

      My sincere condolences go out to his family, friends and colleagues.

      lees family live only a matter of miles from me and in an area where my family lived many years ago. the Barracks he was stationed were also barracks that I have served in .
    • 28th61st
      Lest we forget one year on.
    • Bombardier
      Never Forgotten Lee Rigby.
      Rest in Peace brother.
    • 28th61st
      Flowers at Carlisle Memorial

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    • 28th61st
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