September 28, 2011 2:00 pm

Congrats to Citizen Fox

Back in Los Angeles, today was a big day for Kings television analyst Jim Fox and his wife, Susie, who completed the process of becoming United States citizens by participating in the naturalization oath ceremony at the South Hall of the Los Angeles Convention Center. Jim and Susie were two of approximately 3,900 people to participate today, and JIm kindly passed along some pictures from today’s event.

(below: Jim and citizenship podium.)

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(below: Susie Fox and citizenship podium)

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(below: Seven members of Armed Forces, sworn in as citizens.)

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