Thousands attend ex-sniper's memorial
Several thousand people, including former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin and her husband, attended the service at Cowboys Stadium. Dozens of military personnel and others were seated in front of the podium near the star at midfield, where Kyle's flag-draped casket was carried at the beginning of the service. (Feb. 11)
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