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Published on Sep 22, 2009
This is part 2 of a photo and video essay of the excavation of our great uncle Amin Isbir's headstone in Normandy France. The essay chronicles the graveside events of May 20th 2009. It took nearly 5 years of persistent effort to gather the evidence to warrant the change of his marker. Amin was killed in action on June 6th, D-Day, but hostilities prevented his body to be recovered until June 8th. 10 of his platoon-mates attested to this fact. This is the second part of a two part video taken the day before the corrected head stone was set into place. Thank you for watching, learning and remembering that the price of freedom is never free.