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Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring's cemetery vandalized

There are 12 comments on the Public Opinion story from Jun 24, 2010, titled Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring's cemetery vandalized. In it, Public Opinion reports that:

The Rev. Wayne Lowe is calling vandalism that destroyed one historic tombstone and damaged others at Presbyterian Church of Falling Spring's cemetery a tragic loss, not just to the church, but the community.

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Chambersburg, PA

#2 Jun 25, 2010
why any one would do such a thing, when you stand on judgement day i hope you have agood answer
A Christian

Carlisle, PA

#3 Jun 25, 2010
WHY O WHY O WHY Who ever done this, please try to find something to do with your life.
Too Bad

Carlisle, PA

#4 Jun 25, 2010
It's summer, kids are bored. It sucks but it happens every year.
Sad event

Lancaster, PA

#5 Jun 25, 2010
Do you think the individuals creating this type of
damage even read this blog?
Can't officials get finger prints or know what type of tool was used?

Chambersburg, PA

#6 Jun 25, 2010
It is so sad when there is no respect for the dead, ones heritage, and the property of others!

Billings, MT

#7 Jun 25, 2010
What the heck?!! This is terrible.

Chambersburg, PA

#8 Jun 25, 2010
One thing to vandalize, but to tomb stones...Seriously whoever is responsible for this needs to learn some respect..It is sad to see they have no respect for the dead, let them rest in peace and I hope they catch the guilty party soon
what next

Newville, PA

#10 Jun 25, 2010
Where in the heck are all the parents of all these kids who have nothing better to do with their time than to cause problems for others. I hope they find them and I hope the parents are held accountable.
In Mercersburg

Harrisonville, PA

#11 Jun 25, 2010
I'm not a parent of teenagers, but in their defense, they can't micromanage their nearly-adult children every moment. Lets wait until we know the facts BEFORE we start handing out blame. Whoever did this should certainly be held accountable. The best way to benefit both the community and the people who did this would be to require them to pay RESTITUTION, and not just a monetary fine or probation or some other punishment totally disconected from the crime. The best way to rehabilitate the perpetrators is to make them see how this reprehensible and disresptectful act hurts real people in the community: Perhaps making them help somehow in the cleanup or some community service on the church grounds.

Chambersburg, PA

#12 Jun 25, 2010
Whoever is caught, should be punishment to include, but not be limited to, one year of community service to provide yard work at the cemetery!
u gunna

Ocean City, MD

#13 Jun 26, 2010
Listen to you guys doling out punishment. If you want to be able to do that go to school and become a judge.
Marcia Neil

United States

#14 Jun 28, 2010
Reads like a typical telephone-call "Will you...?" scenario.

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