9/11 Memorial Flag Garden Vandalized in Boston Public Garden

Scores of flags planted in Boston’s Public Garden in remembrance of victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks were knocked over and damaged sometime between Wednesday night and Thursday morning — an incident Boston police are investigating as a possible act of vandalism.

“It’s certainly heartbreaking. I’m thinking of the families. This is a very hard week for them,” said Carolyn Casey, founder of nonprofit Project 351, which helped set up the memorial flag garden.

Members of Project 351 and the Mass 9/11 Fund were planted 2,997 miniature American flags on the Public Garden Wednesday, with each flag symbolizing a life lost in the terrorist attacks. A special section of the garden is dedicated to the 205 Bay Staters who died that day.
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  1. I will never understand how people can be so rude. Just go out and destroy things that does not belong to them! WOW! This is not the America I grew up in and I hate the new America. SMH!

  2. More below. One wonders if this was coordinated …

    Washington University student senator is caught removing 2,977 American flags commemorating victims of 9/11 as he stages protest over ‘US wars that have killed 900,000 in the Middle East’

    Fadel Alkilani had taken the flags, which represented the number of people killed on 9/11 from a 20th anniversary memorial of the terror attacks


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