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05 March 2016


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Adrian Raison

I was very blessed to sit with and have my photo taken with this amazing man. He will long be remembered fondly by many, many Aussies.

Joe Herman

The image of these men walking in bare feet speaks more than a thousand words would.

Human compassion and empathy have a way of equalizing us all. Thank you for showing us the best in humanity.

May he rest in peace.

John K Kamasua

May his soul rest in peace. And may his story, and that of the other Angels be remembered forever...

Michael Dom


And so ends our last live feed into one of the truly great deeds of Papua New Guineans.

During a time when brave acts of kindness by ordinary villagers not only matched but outshone the actions of so called great men.

We are diminished.

Daniel Ipan Kumbon

May his soul rest in eternal peace.

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