Hundreds grieve Army vet who survived Afghanistan, yet not LA avenues

Hundreds mourn Army vet who survived Afghanistan, but not LA streets

Hundreds accumulated Sunday at an alternative walkway dedication in Los Angeles to respect an Army officer who had been gunned down hours prior, months in the wake of coming back from the slippery war zones of Afghanistan.

Francisco Garcia, 21, was killed minutes in the wake of leaving a gathering that had conveyed into Sunday’s small hours when an obscure attacker pulled up in an auto, went up against him and afterward discharged the dangerous shot, police said. Garcia, who had been respectably released after a 18-month stretch in Afghanistan and wanted to turn into a California Highway Patrol officer, was maintained dead at the scene.

“The incongruities are self-evident,” Los Angeles Police Department Lt. Paul Vernon told KTLA-TV in Los Angeles. “To make due as a fighter in an abroad clash, just to be executed in your old neighborhood upon your return.”

Garcia’s companions said he completed his voyage through obligation in Afghanistan weeks back. Garcia had as of late ended up captivated and anticipated beginning a family, companions said. Simply a week ago, he composed on Facebook that his application to join the California Highway Patrol Academy had been acknowledged.




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