Veteran’s outrage after apartment complex BANS him from flying American flag

The management of an apartment complex in Indiana has found itself in hot water this week after banning residents from flying American flags.

Chris Smith enlisted in the U.S. Army after the September 11 attacks and served four years.

His unit at the Applegate Apartment complex has become a repository of military insignia and other patriotic symbols, including the star-spangled banner.

‘It represents freedom…it represent the blood that has been shed so that we can live free,’ the emotional Smith explained to Fox News.

But after three years of living at the Columbus housing complex, the veteran received a letter from management informing him that he can no longer display an American flag outside his unit. In response, the veteran took to the Internet and created a Facebook group called Let It Fly in hopes of overturning the ban.

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