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Thursday, April 3, 2008

Guilty Of Tearing Mexican Flag

An Air Force Veteran Convicted For Ripping A Mexican Flag:

Peter Lynch attempted to replace the flag but student group El Centro de la Raza pushed forward with the charges. The sentence received was a bit harsh; six months probation and 48 hours of community service. Also, he must take anger management classes and replace the flag. Why did he do it? Lynch has his reasons.

1 comment:

Bob said...

Thanks for posting news about the heroic and patriotic Peter Lynch, the Air Force veteran who took down a Mexican flag after he found it flying on U.S. soil without the Stars and Stripes flying high above it on the same -- or an adjacent -- flagpole on the University of New Mexico campus!

Despite the fact that a jury found him guilty of criminal damage to property, I say he did the right thing and should be pardoned by Gov. Bill Richardson. After all, people have fought and died for our flag!

That said, I invite all who feel the same way to join me in a new effort launched today.