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Body of slain Lt. Colonel Todd Clark returns home

A motorcade arrives to an Honor Guard tribute for Lt. Colonel Todd J. Clark at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany Monday morning. The Albany soldier was killed in Afghanistan last week.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
A motorcade arrives to an Honor Guard tribute for Lt. Colonel Todd J. Clark at Christian Brothers Academy in Albany Monday morning. The Albany soldier was killed in Afghanistan last week.
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Cecilia Leonard believes Todd J. Clark would have wondered about Monday’s reverent and patriotic military reception in Albany County. “He’d probably be embarrassed by it all and say ‘Why are we making such a fuss?’ ” said Colonie resident Leonard, a friend of the Clark family. “He was a very humble guy.” Hundreds of people decided to make a respectful fuss over Clark — U.S. Army Lt. Col. Todd J. Clark — who died in Afghanistan ...


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twohands
June 18, 2013
6:32 p.m.

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Colonel Clark did not 'die' in Afghanistan, he was MURDERED by one of our allies! God damn this war (and all wars).

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