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Parent of Heroic Fallen Navy SEAL Special Guest on 'Jay Sekulow Live' Tuesday, Sept. 5

Contact: Susan Zahn, WCD Media, 877-862-3600, SusanZahn@wdcmedia.com

 

WASHINGTON, Sept. 4 /Christian Newswire/ -- Debbie Lee is the mother of Navy SEAL Marc Lee who was killed in Iraq while helping to rescue a wounded US soldier. Debbie will be the special guest on Jay Sekulow Live! on Tuesday, Sept. 5.

 

Debbie will share her personal faith as well as discuss the appearance of a protesting group from Wichita. Those in the group threatened to disrupt her son’s memorial service in his hometown — Hood River, Oregon. The American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) worked to protect the memorial occasion.

 

"Like so many other Americans who have given their lives in defense of America, Petty Officer Second Class Marc Alan Lee deserved a service befitting a hero," stated Jay Sekulow, Chief Counsel with the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ).

 

"We’re going to talk with Marc’s mother to find out the detail of the soldier’s family response to the protesters. The relatives and friends planned the memorial gathering as a most sacred and reverent occasion."

 

Sekulow noted that Debbie and her family are all committed Christians.

 

"Debbie Lee, who lost a son, has made this an opportunity to make a straightforward statement of her faith in God and love for America," said Sekulow.

 

"Jay Sekulow Live!" airs daily on radio stations coast to coast. His broadcast tackles tough issues ranging from nationwide legal and legislative battles to topics dealing with national security and religious freedoms.

 

The program broadcasts live, Monday through Friday, at 12 o’clock noon on more than 600 radio stations. Sekulow is heard by over 1.5 million daily.

 

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