Anti-War Fathers Remember Sons Lost to War

june 10, 2004  10:00 pm
Fathers Day is not an easy time for children who've lost their dads, but it is especially difficult for dads who have lost their children, as hundreds of fathers have during the conflict in Iraq. Paul Rockwell reports on some of those bereaved men in San Luis Obispo New Times this week. He tells of Bill Mitchell, who was carrying a protest sign reading "Bring my son home now" a week before his son, Sgt. Michael Mitchell, was killed attempting a rescue in Iraq. Find Rockwell's stories and more at