Six Flags Great Adventure in New Jersey has issued an official apology to veteran, Mario Alejandro, who was denied entry because the shirt he was wearing was called "offensive" by a security guard. He was told he'd have to put on a different shirt, buy one to put over it or leave the park. He chose to leave. The shirt, which depicted an automatic weapon, was captioned with, "Keep ca
Mario Alejandro is a U.S. Marine, a war vet and hero. Why, then, was he told he couldn't enter a Six Flags Amusement Park in New Jersey? Well, his shirt (which pictured a machine gun) was considered "offensive." Really? On the back was the organization that sales of the shirt support, the Marine Reconnaissance Foundation, a non-profit organization (reconfoundation.org).
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