Paul Walker Wanted To Make Peace With Past & Raise Daughter ‘Right’

Wed, December 4, 2013 10:11am EDT by 4 Comments
Paul Walker Raising Daughter
Courtesy of Universal Studios/Twitter

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Stacie Cornell

Posted at 9:17 PM on December 7, 2013  

R. I.P Paul Walker it must be very tough for his daughter, Meadow and his family to cope the loss of the father, son, and sibling. It is very sad for my sister, her and me use to watch all the Fast and the Furious movies and now have to cut out the 7 th Fast and Furious. :(

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Angel

Posted at 5:29 PM on December 5, 2013  

@KatherineReed Very sad, we lost a beautiful soul & man,but just because something is sick dos not mean it shouldn’t be saved, film from Nazi camps remain because its important to document,crimes are caught on cameras all the time its no different, so there is no speculation, over anything, if u find it wrong….don’t watch.

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Posted at 6:54 PM on December 4, 2013  

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Katherine Reed

Posted at 4:32 PM on December 4, 2013  

~Why on Earth would you show that horrific video?!! You should be ashamed of yourselves for doing something so incredibly sick and disrespectful. Have some respect for his family and friends and let the poor man rest in peace so that we can honor his amazing life and remember how he truly lived.

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