WWII memorial, statue of Churchill vandalized in London

WWII memorial, statue of Churchill vandalized in London
White paint blights the RAF Bomber Command Memorial, which commemorates the more than 58,000 airmen who lost their lives fighting in World War II. RAF Benevolent Fund, Twitter

[Ed. – Breitbart points out that it’s “Khan’s London,” which isn’t unfair. But it’s more than just Khan. Khan is another symptom of the same long-building problem.]

A memorial to the tens of thousands of Bomber Command air crew who lost their lives during the Second World War has been vandalised in London, along with a nearby statue of wartime leader Sir Winston Churchill.

The memorial in London’s Green Park has been splattered with a large amount of white paint, “including the statue of eight Bomber Command crew members which stands at its centre, the marble plinth it stands upon and the surrounding Portland stone.”

So far, no arrests have been made, but the Metropolitan Police are said to be investigating CCTV footage from the site.

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