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Heartless Kid Destroys WWII Purple Heart [VIDEO]

Some heartless kid decided to destroy a Purple Heart medal from World War II because he was bored! In the video he says he ‘grew bored and needed to find a means of venting my frustrations.’ I’m not sure what’s more disturbing, the kid’s actions or the fact he got the medal from an antique shop. He wasn’t even man enough to show his face!

The Purple Heart is the oldest military award, given to those wounded or killed, while serving. An award honoring those men and women who put their lives on the line, to defend our freedom. Not an award to be disrespected by some punk kid. Maybe he should spend a few days with those soldiers to truly understand discipline, maturity and what it takes to be a true hero.

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