Saturday, May 25, 2013

Amid the horror and revulsion of the Woolwich, attack that happened in Woolwich, London on Wednesday , millions around the world have marveled at the extraordinary bravery of three ordinary women.
Dubbed the “Angels of Woolwich”, the trio faced up to Lee Rigby’s killers with little thought for their own safety. TV footage shows two of them fearlessly tending the already-dead soldier’s body, just yards from the killers.
Yesterday Gemini Donnelly-Martin, 20, told how she and her mother Amanda, 44, walked up to the bloodied, killers and asked if they could comfort the dead soldier because they didn't want him to die alone. But she brushed aside any talk of bravery, modestly insisting: “It had to be done”. Mother and daughter have been hailed heroes and praised for showing the true nature of the residents of the London suburb.

 Lee Rigby was a "dedicated and professional soldier" and a "true warrior" who had wanted to be in the Army since he was a little boy. The soldier was also a "loving son, husband, father, brother and uncle". He leaves behind a two-year old son, Jack. R.I.P Taken from SuspendedCoffeess

No comments: