This Thursday morning, an American flag has been destroyed at a high school in Washington County, Utah.
It is a huge sacrilege to destroy an U.S. flag that stands for all the freedoms and that people who died assuring we kept them.
What the vandals put in its place was beyond insulting and attacking everything the Americans stood for.
According to our source, Freedom Daily, local authorities released a statement that saying that someone took down the school’s American flag and replaced it with what looked like a flag used by ISIS. The American flag was left on the ground and has been damaged. The police department supplemented a full-time resource officer at the high school with other officers on Thursday, to keep the students and the employers were safe.
“Today officers responded to a report of graffiti at Hurricane High School, responding officers found graffiti on one wall of the school. The graffiti read ‘ISIS IS COMING’. Officers also found someone had removed the American flag from the flagpole in front of the school and replaced it with what looked like a flag used by ISIS.”
The American flag was left at the scene by the suspect(s) and was damaged.
The graffiti was removed by Washington County School District employees shortly after it was found. The ISIS flag was also removed and replaced with a new American flag. Investigators have been following leads throughout the day, at this time no arrest has been made.”
“Hurricane High School held classes all day and will again tomorrow; we do not believe there is a danger to students or teachers at the school. Hurricane Police Department has a full time School Resource Officer on site and additional officers will be present to ensure students and faculty feel safe.”
“HCPD investigators sent an image of the flag to the FBI who analyzed it, based on information we received from the FBI we do not believe this act was perpetrated by someone linked to the Islamic State. This investigation is ongoing and investigators will continue to follow-up on leads.
Anyone with any information regarding this incident is asked to call our dispatch center at 435-627-4999.”