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February 15, 2007

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Michael Parks

Mr. Burton I am a black deputy US marshal assigned to the Western District of Oklahoma/Oklahoma City. I believe at this time I am the only black deputy in the state, my family is originally from Boley, Oklahoma, my great grandmother lived to be 114 years of age and I am sure experienced a lot of the things you have written about. I would like you to autograph my copy of Black Gun Silver Star, which I purchased recently if you have an opportunity. I have called your office and left a voicemail outlining primarily what I have written here. I look forward to hearing from you.

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