HS football players previously suspended after honoring first responders from 9/11

September 15, 2020 / 1.5K views

*** UPDATE: *** they are no longer suspended. Some high school football players asked permission to carry a thin blue line, and thin red line flag into their football game entrance so they could honor people who lost their lives on 9/11. They were DENIED permission, but did it anyway. Now, they're suspended indefinitely from their own football team. Not out for a week, not our for a few weeks - out indefinitely.

Local 12 reported:

The boys are now suspended from their team after not heeding a warning to leave the Thin Blue Line and Thin Red Line flags that represent fallen firefighters and police officers off the field.

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When the Little Miami High School football team took the field Friday, Sept. 11, a couple of players carried alongside the American flag a Thin Blue Line and Thin Red Line flags.

“Were you trying to make some kind of a political statement here?” Local 12 asked Brady Williams, a senior cornerback.

“No,” he answered quickly. “Not at all. I was just doing it to honor the people that lost their lives 19 years ago.“

Williams was holding the Thin Blue Line flag as he rushed onto the field Friday. His father is a police officer, and he says he wanted to honor all the cops who lost their lives trying to save others on 9/11.

Jarad Bentley carried the Thin Red Line flag. 
“I was all for it,” he said. “Because my dad is a firefighter, and if it had been him killed on 9/11, I would have wanted someone to do it for him.”

Source: local12

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