Washington University student senator filmed throwing away 2,977 American flags ...

Washington University student senator filmed throwing away 2,977 American flags ...
Washington University student senator filmed throwing away 2,977 American flags ...
Moment Washington University student snatches up 2,977 American flags to commemorate 20th anniverary of 9/11 terror attacks in protest of '900,000 lives lost as a result of the war in the Middle East' A student senator at Washington University was caught on video throwing away 2,977 American flags on Saturday Fadel Alkilani had taken the flags, which represented the number of people killed on 9/11 from a 20th anniversary memorial of the terror attacks   'Who are you?' Alkilani asks the cameraman, identified as Nathaniel Hope, a member of the university's College Republicans  He claimed the move was done in 'protest against American imperialism and the 900,000 lives lost as a result of post 9/11 war.'  Alkilani allegedly tried to destroy the memorial a night prior on Friday, but was stopped by campus police while doing so, students said 

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A student senator at Washington University is being accused of snatching up 2,977 American flags to commemorate the lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks on the 20th anniversary before throwing them in trash bags. 

Fadel Alkilani, who serves as chairman of the student senate finance committee at the St Louis, Missouri university, is allegedly seen filling blue trash bags with the minature flags used as part  of the 9/11: Never Forget Project memorial. 

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A video posted to Twitter by the Young Americans for Freedom, show as the cameraman confronts Alkilani.

'Who are you?' Alkilani asks the cameraman, identified as Nathaniel Hope, a member of the university's College Republicans.

Hope described Alkilani as showing 'no remorse' before claiming the flags were a 

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