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Slain Oakland Officer's Organs Save Four Men

March 26, 2009  | 

Even in death, Oakland police Officer John Hege has saved four lives. Hege, who was among four officers killed Saturday by a gunman in East Oakland, has given renewed hope to four men.

One now has Hege's heart beating inside him. Two others have his kidneys and a fourth has the 41-year-old officer's liver.

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Rob Roy @ 3/26/2009 8:23 PM

Even in death this officer is a HERO. The real abomination other than this Officer's and 3 other brother's death was what I saw on Fox News. There was a celebration in the streets of oakland for our brother's death in the same community where they died by the scum that live's there. And they wonder why there's racism in this country.

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