Cop Misses Slain Comrade’s Funeral. Then Little Girl Hands Him THIS Note And Runs

From http://www.liftable.com by Daniel Tofil

It was a sad day in Des Moines, Iowa. The police forced had just lost a beloved officer, Susan Farrell. Thousands showed up to Farrell’s funeral to pay their respects after she gave the ultimate sacrifice of her life in the line of duty. While other officers were at the service, Officer Don Franck was out on patrol.

As he was in his squad car by a local school, a girl ran up to him and handed him a note. She said “I’m sorry for your loss, blue lives matter.” Before Officer Franck could say a word, the girl had already run off. The note was exactly what Officer Franck needed that day. The note read:
“Dear Officer,

“I really want to thank you for your service and everything that you do for us. Your life matter to me. Thank you for waking up every morning to serve and protect Iowa. I really appreciate that. We will always have your back no matter what. #BackTheBlue #StandUnited #ThinBlueLine #CopLivesMatter

It was a sad day in Des Moines, Iowa. The police forced had just lost a beloved officer, Susan Farrell. Thousands showed up to Farrell’s funeral to pay their respects after she gave the ultimate sacrifice of her life in the line of duty. While other officers were at the service, Officer Don Franck was out on patrol.

As he was in his squad car by a local school, a girl ran up to him and handed him a note. She said “I’m sorry for your loss, blue lives matter.” Before Officer Franck could say a word, the girl had already run off. The note was exactly what Officer Franck needed that day. The note read:
“Dear Officer,

“I really want to thank you for your service and everything that you do for us. Your life matter to me. Thank you for waking up every morning to serve and protect Iowa. I really appreciate that. We will always have your back no matter what. #BackTheBlue #StandUnited #ThinBlueLine #CopLivesMatter

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