Jimmy Riches can't protest the proposed Islamic mosque near ground zero, because he died in the Sept. 11 attacks nearly a decade ago.
So Jim Riches Sr. says he'll stand against the controversial New York City project on his son's behalf.
"Our sons can't speak for themselves, so we'll speak for them," Riches, 59, told AOL News today in a phone interview.
Getting kind of sick of this kind of prejudice. How much you want to bet the Branch Davidians could build a community center there with no problem?