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Retired Army Spc. Sean Burke of Lincoln, Neb. who lost his leg from an I.E.D explosion in Afghanistan in 2009, right, watches as off duty men with the Navy Ceremonial Guard, who perform funeral services for service members at Arlington Cemetery, unfold an american flag as veterans and veteran supporters block protesters with the Westboro Baptist Church outside the main entrance to Arlington National Cemetery on Veterans Day, Arlington, Va., Monday, November 12, 2012. Approximately a hundred veterans and veteran supporters came out to block the protest by the Westboro Baptist Church, based in Topeka, Kan., which is known for extreme views and have caused an uproar over the past few years for their protests. (Andrew Harnik/The Washington Times)
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