(TargetLiberty.org) – On February 2, a team of FBI agents approached a Sunrise, Florida building intent on serving a search warrant on a suspect in a child pornography case. A short time later two agents were dead, and three were wounded. Those brave federal officers have now been laid to rest.
On Saturday, February 6, the FBI held a memorial service for Agent Laura Schwartzenberger, 43, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. During the service, Director Christopher Wray described her as having “led a life of sheer determination, dedication, and courage.” She spent more than 10 years going after criminals who hurt kids.
Today, family and friends of fallen @FBIMiamiFL Special Agent Laura Schwartzenberger honored her memory during a service at Hard Rock Stadium. The FBI is fortunate that Laura chose to serve her county with us, and we will forever remember her as the shining light that she was. pic.twitter.com/pfy8wCuBSc
— FBI (@FBI) February 7, 2021
Agent Laura Schwartzenberger is survived by her husband and two children.
On Sunday, the FBI held a memorial service for Agent Daniel Alfin, 36, at the same stadium. He worked on cases involving children for seven years, Wray said his “legacy is one of passion, dedication and principle.” The director described him as the “smartest guy in the room.”
Today, family and friends of fallen @FBIMiamiFL Special Agent Daniel Alfin honored his memory during a service at Hard Rock Stadium. We will long remember Dan for the impact he made on the FBI and for the scores of lives he changed through his work. pic.twitter.com/0BkNE208Ti
— FBI (@FBI) February 8, 2021
Agent Alfin is survived by a wife and one son.
America is mourning with the FBI and the families of the two agents who gave their lives to save children.
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