The Los Angeles National Cemetery entrance suffered vandalism during a pro-Palestine protest in West Los Angeles. The protest caused the closure of Wilshire Boulevard, between Interstate 405 and Glendon Avenue, outside the U.S. Federal Building on Saturday afternoon.
A large crowd took over Wilshire Boulevard as people were caught on camera spray painting walls outside the cemetery.
Protesters, both on foot and in SUVs, expressed their opposition to the ongoing conflict in the Middle East and the Biden Administration’s collaboration with Israel.
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