Two Women Who Defiled the Tomb of the Known Soldiers, no Longer work for the Company

November 23, 2012

Lindsey Stone posted the infamous picture to Facebook last month.

Co-worker Jamie Schuh took the photo while the two were on a work related trip. The picture showed Stone making an obscene gesture at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The photo went viral and created a firestorm on Facebook, with many calling for Stone’s firing on a “Fire Lindsey Stone” Facebook page.

The Hyannis company released the following statement Wednesday on its Facebook page, Life Inc.:

We wish to announce that the two employees recently involved in the Arlington Cemetery incident are no longer employees of LIFE. Again, we deeply regret any disrespect to members of the military and their families. The incident and publicity has been very upsetting to the learning disabled population we serve. To protect our residents, any comments, however well-intentioned, will be deleted. We appreciate your concern and understanding as we focus on the care of our community.

The Company now says they were fired….

Anyone is free to criticize the military or debate Washington foreign policy. But if there is anything in this world which I hope every American citizen could agree on, it’s that those men and women buried at Arlington – are beyond reproach. There is no criticism of the Honored Dead.

They gave the last full measure for the rest of us and are not a subject for politics or pranks.

Leon Alphans Traille Jr., Ballston Mall Molotov cocktail TERROR suspect, charged with arson

October 19, 2012

Another Islamic terror attack …

There was an attempted terrorist attack on shoppers at Ballston Mall yesterday in Arlington.

Traille is expected to make an initial appearance in federal court in Alexandria on Friday afternoon. (Photo: Arlington County Police)

Federal authorities have filed arson charges against a man accused of throwing a Molotov cocktail into the food court at the Ballston Common mall in Arlington.

Leon Alphans Traille Jr. is expected to make an initial appearance in federal court in Alexandria on Friday afternoon.

Police say nobody was injured during Thursday’s incident, which occurred during the lunch rush.

Police evacuated the mall after the bottle shattered.

A court affidavit states that there was a flame, but the bottle did not ignite.

Three similar bottles were found on the mall’s second level. Authorities described it as a “rude, crude incendiary device” that smelled like gasoline.

Traille was arrested a few hours later near the Courthouse Metro station. Court records give no indication of a motive.

Did they ask??? Are you sure that this wasn’t just another film critic? You decide….

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