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Michael Pfleger, pastor of St. Sabina Catholic Church in the same neighborhood as Simeon, is outraged at the violence.
"What kind of crazy day do we live in, where our children are afraid to come home and go to school?" Pfleger says.
Outside of his church, Pfleger flies the American flag upside down — something the U.S. Flag Code states should only be done as a signal of distress and a dire need for help.
"Well, this is a dire need," Pfleger says. "This is a distress signal we're putting up saying we need help. We want to sound the alarm; we want a call for helping us deal with children being shot down in our city streets."
I caught this last night in the car on the way to an appointment--heartbreaking. Read or listen to it all.
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