National guardsmen save burned flag remains in Ferguson

A pair of Missouri National Guardsmen refused to stand by and let Ferguson protesters treat an American flag “like it was trash” — salvaging its charred remains after it was…

A pair of Missouri National Guardsmen refused to stand by and let Ferguson protesters treat an American flag “like it was trash” — salvaging its charred remains after it was…

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