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KHQ EXCLUSIVE: WWII Vets Family Responds To Death Threats: 'Stop The Hate!'

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"I don't think it's right," Dana Belton said. "They (Aryan Brotherhood) have no business having anything to do with this. This is not what my grandfather would want." "I don't think it's right," Dana Belton said. "They (Aryan Brotherhood) have no business having anything to do with this. This is not what my grandfather would want."
SPOKANE, Wash. -

"It makes me sick to my stomach. It really does."

Those were the words of Dana Belton, Delbert Belton's granddaughter, when she learned that the Aryan Brotherhood has a bounty and death threat out for the two boys that police believe killed her grandfather. Delbert Belton is the World War II Veteran who was robbed and beaten to death earlier this year in the parking lot of the Eagles Ice Arena.

"I don't think it's right," Dana Belton said. "They (Aryan Brotherhood) have no business having anything to do with this. This is not what my grandfather would want."

"They made a mistake, yes, a very bad one, but they're going to pay for it for the rest of their lives."

Belton said that justice needs to be done in the court and people need to work toward having compassion for the boys and their families.

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