In this picture taken on Monday, April 20, 2015, Kurdish refugees sit outside their tents at the Arin Mirxan refugee camp, in Suruc town, Turkey. Three months since Kobani was liberated, tens of thousands of its residents are still stranded in Turkey, reluctant to return to a wasteland of collapsed buildings and at a loss as to how and where to rebuild their lives. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla)
In this picture taken on Monday, April 20, 2015, Kurdish refugees sit outside their tents at the Arin Mirxan refugee camp, in Suruc town, Turkey. Three months since Kobani was liberated, tens of thousands of its residents are still stranded in Turkey, reluctant to return to a wasteland of collapsed buildings and at a loss as to how and where to rebuild their lives. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) AP
In this picture taken on Monday, April 20, 2015, Kurdish refugees sit outside their tents at the Arin Mirxan refugee camp, in Suruc town, Turkey. Three months since Kobani was liberated, tens of thousands of its residents are still stranded in Turkey, reluctant to return to a wasteland of collapsed buildings and at a loss as to how and where to rebuild their lives. (AP Photo/Hussein Malla) AP

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Larry Webster is a Pikeville attorney. He can be reached at websterlawrencer@bellsouth.net.