President Joe Biden requested American flag at U.S. buildings around the globe to be flown at half-staff to pay tribute to the survivors of the Atlanta rub parlor shootings – an activity generally saved for government or military distinctions.
The flag is normally flown at half-staff to respect political or military figures of the United States who as of late passed on.
For example, the flag is flown at half-staff for the initial segment of each Memorial Day.
'By request of the President, the flag will be flown at half-staff upon the passing of chief figures of the United States Government and the Governor of a State, an area, or ownership, as a sign of regard to their memory,' peruses the United States Code of Laws.
Biden made the decree on Thursday evening, two days after the violence in Atlanta.
Eight individuals were slaughtered at three diverse back rub parlors nearby, the most noticeably terrible mass executing in the United States in just about two years.
Six of the eight casualties in the murdering were ladies of Asian plummet, starting further feelings of dread for an Asian-American people group previously seeing an expansion in racial savagery.
The flag at the White House is flying half-staff to pay tribute to the Atlanta murder casualties
The New York Times reports the shooter has been accused of eight tallies of homicide.
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