Meyers: U.S. flag should not be upside down

Posted 7/31/20

There is a house on Bowling Green Avenue in Sun City that displays an upside down American flag.

The U.S. Flag Code states people have faced legal charges for flying an American flag upside …

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Meyers: U.S. flag should not be upside down

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There is a house on Bowling Green Avenue in Sun City that displays an upside down American flag.

The U.S. Flag Code states people have faced legal charges for flying an American flag upside down.

Displaying the American flag upside down, according to the flag code, is a signal of dire distress in instances of extreme danger to life or property.

Should we stop at this house and ask if they need help?

Carole Meyers
Sun City

flag, USA

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