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ASSOCIATED PRESS This undated file photo provided by the Snyder family shows Lance Cpl. Matthew A. Snyder, of Finksburg, Md., who was killed in a non-combat vehicle accident in Iraq, March 3, 2006. Lance Cpl. Snyder's 2006 funeral was picketed by members of the Westboro Baptist Church, which believes military deaths are the work of a wrathful God who punishes the United States for tolerating homosexuality.

ASSOCIATED PRESS This undated file photo provided by the Snyder family shows Lance Cpl. Matthew A. Snyder, of Finksburg, Md., who was killed in a non-combat vehicle accident in Iraq, March 3, 2006. Lance Cpl. Snyder's 2006 funeral was picketed by members of the Westboro Baptist Church, which believes military deaths are the work of a wrathful God who punishes the United States for tolerating homosexuality.

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