As we wrap up our celebration of the Memorial Day holiday, residents in Wooster, Ohio are dealing with the aftermath of nearly 20 U.S. flags being torched. The residents in Wooster believe the vandals set the fires on the ground at the base of the 10-foot metal flag poles and the flames quickly traveled up and burned the flags. The suspects have not been seized for the act and now face possible criminal damaging and arson charges.
So what do you think, Cincinnati? Isn’t it a bit ironic that this type of thing would occur after the holiday? Do you think it was a delibrate act of vandalism? If so, why this particular neighborhood? Tell us what you think by posting your thoughts in the comments section below.
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