Less than a week after the Fitches left town, a scavenger removed the top middle panel of the mural, which had been secured to the frame with 35 screws, toppling the angel and leaving a missing piece in the American flag. Without its creators to look after it, the Corner is going the way of all Flint.
"It's already starting to be destroyed, and we ain't been gone a week," an upset Moose said when I told him the news. His voice broke: ''You give something out of love, and this is what you get back. I hoped they'd at least leave it alone for six months."
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