A 9/11 memorial was defaced by vandals who spray-painted “Taliban” on it in two locations in South Carolina on Monday. A 9/11 memorial was vandalized in Greenville, South Carolina. (Photo credit score: Upstate Granite Solutions)A big granite monument honoring Sept. 11 victims was defaced by vandals who spray-painted “Taliban” on it in two locations, authorities in South Carolina stated.
The granite statue is made from two towers, every weighing 4,000 kilos with a lightweight beam exterior a Greenville County enterprise, WYFF-TV reported.Deputies have been known as to analyze the vandalism Sunday morning and the injury was cleaned up later that day, stated Paul Nichols, founder and CEO of Upstate Granite Solutions. His granite firm constructed the memorial, which is surrounded by 1,000 American flags, to commemorate the twentieth anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror assaults on the US.“This monument is meant to show the community how much we care and to offer our support to our military and our first responders and let people know there’s still something to believe in in America,” stated Kelly Nichols of Upstate Granite Solutions.Nichols stated a whole lot of individuals visited the memorial Saturday evening.READ: No proof that Saudi govt funded 9/11 attackers: FBI releases declassified recordALSO READ: Rumoured useless, al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri surfaces in video on 9/11 assaults anniversaryALSO READ: On twentieth anniversary of 9/11 assaults, Taliban elevate their flag over Afghan presidential palaceClick right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.