Sergeant 1st Class Joseph E. Gantt Finally Gets The Justice He Deserves After Over 60 Years
Army Sgt. 1st Class Joseph E. Gantt went missing during his time fighting in the Korean war. He was reported missing in November of 1950, but his body was not identified for over 60 years. Gantt had been injured in a battle and taken as a prisoner of war, where he died of malnutrition and natural causes.
Though his body was unidentifiable in the past, recent technology made it possible to see who the remains once were, once they are turned over from North Korea. His wife sobbed over his casket at over 90 years old, as she finally laid her husband to rest as he deserved. „He told me if anything happened to him he wanted me to remarry. I told him no, no. Here I am, still his wife,“ Clara Gantt told reporters.
Young Boy Becomes Friends With A Punk Rocker At A Gay Pride Parade
During a Gay Pride parade in Brussels, Belgium, a young boy, who was attending the parade with his fathers, spotted the punk rocker shown in the picture. The spikes on his jacket appealed to the little boy, who asked if he could touch them.
Thrilled, the punk rocker said yes and bent down so the boy could better reach them. The boy’s fathers called him back when they noticed he had gone and the boy gave the punk rocker a quick kiss on the cheek before he ran back to them. This picture has been spread around the world to help erase the borders we’ve created with sexuality.