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The Deadliest Female Sniper in History

The Deadliest Female Sniper in History

Rejected Princess Story, because we can't have this heroine as example for girls growing up, can we? Her strength, loyalty and dedication should be admired, she defied the idea of what defined "women's work". Embodiment of strength.

Simone Arnold-Leibster. When her parents were put into concentration camps for refusing to 'Heil Hitler', at the age of 11 she was arrested by juvenile authorities and put into a Nazi penitentiary home. For two years she was forbidden to talk and was forced to do hard labor. At the end of the war, she was reunited with her parents, rebuilt her life and went on to devote her life to teaching others the value of 'loving your enemies and praying for those persecuting you'.

The image of firefighter Chris Fields holding the dying infant Baylee Almon won the Pulitzer Prize for Spot News Photography in 1996.Two people, Lester LaRue and Charles Porter, standing just three feet apart took almost the same image yet it was Charles Porter’s image that won the Pulitzer.

This made me cry...props to this hospital for being humane and kind. This hospital allowed a woman's beloved pet be with her for the last few days and hours of her life...wow.

Robert F. Kennedy didn't accept his Attorney General pay either...he also donated it all to charity. These two *liberal* men actually lived their convictions.