MARMET, W.Va — People who live in a small town in Kanawha County are stunned at what was done at their local war memorial.
Johnny Walker, the town’s public works director, discovered the signs supporting terrorism at the memorial on Thursday.
Walker is also a veteran.
“It’s very important to me and truthfully, it’s very important to everyone in Marmet. Well, let me rephrase that. Ninety-nine percent of the people in Marmet,” Walker says of the memorial.
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One of the signs Walker found said “Support Isis & The Taliban.” The other cursed “incestuous rednecks.” …
As Eyewitness News reporter Leslie Rubin was interviewing Walker, she noticed another sign that Walker says he must have missed the day before because he was so upset.
The sign was placed by the memorial for war dogs and read “My Pitbull Would eat your German Shephard.”