Football Players Suspended for Carrying Pro-Police and Firefighter Flags Reinstated After Outcry

Football Players Suspended for Carrying Pro-Police and Firefighter Flags Reinstated After Outcry


Two high school football players in Ohio who were suspended indefinitely from their team for carrying flags in support of police officers and firefighters have been reinstated.

Players Brady Williams and Jarad Bentley on the Little Miami High School football team in the southwest Ohio city of Morrow wanted to honor first responders last week on the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.

The duo asked their school for permission to carry flags onto the field before a game Friday, but they were denied.

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Willams and Bentley did it anyway.

Bentley carried out a “thin red line” flag in honor of firefighters, while Williams carried out a “thin blue line” flag to honor police officers:

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Two Little Miami football players pay the price for civil disobedience. They were told not to carry onto the

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