2006_06_flagburn.jpgA Brooklyn neighborhood is reeling from the burning of seven different residents' flags Thursday morning. Six of the flags were in front of homes and one was on a car - and one home belonged to a firefighter who died on September 11, making his mother extremely upset. Though many homes have "support the troops" signs, police believe teenaged pranksters are reponsible, versus being a hate crime. City Councilman Lewis Fidler noted, "In Marine Park we are very proud of the fact that flags are out all the time. It is one of the really nice things about Marine Park." Fidler is also getting replacement flags for the homes.