'Humans must turn away from incivility,' friend of Botham Jean says at funeral

"Re-embrace that heart that God has put in us for love, not hate, and not overreacting with deadly force," said Dane Felicien inspiring a standing ovation.
1:39 | 09/13/18

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Transcript for 'Humans must turn away from incivility,' friend of Botham Jean says at funeral
Oh people. From Cancun so unless we're using his talents to effect change in people from the hop. I'm exportable fumble that the gospel meeting or talked about will life and desire for the walker Dallas list. And what doesn't wish to each of us God's blessings. And asked mark that I remember his characteristic warm smile. He's done to each everyone. To which knock each other and the act please consult. Look it's other India. In the faith you know what is worse my. You Nazis were smiling. Most they're not fellow human inclination. About what that means two little people. We as Americans as humans must send away from incivility. Rocked the way. Following directions. Real breasts that's not what brought us what's enough for low and not hate. I'm not overreact and we've got to be false.

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