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—  Mark Williams, Fox News Live 2005-08-24, quoted in * "Truth Tour's" Williams: Sheehan "on a mission to figuratively urinate on her son's grave 2005-08-24 Media Matters for America http://mediamatters.org/mmtv/200508240014 2011-02-28
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