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Marine Mario Alejandro turned away from Six Flags Great Adventure for 'offensive' shirt

Mario Alejandro says the park owes him an

Mario Alejandro says the park owes him an apology after saying the shirt he was wearing was inappropriate. (August 14, 2014 5:38 PM)

An Iraq War veteran says Six Flags Great Adventure turned him away in front of his wife and young children because of what he was wearing. 

Mario Alejandro says the park owes him an apology after saying the shirt he was wearing was inappropriate. 

The shirt features an M-16 in the colors of the American flag and the words, "Keep Calm and Return Fire." Alejandro says it's patriotic.

Alejandro,...

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