Hilary Clinton sends warm heart felt message to victims of burnt churches in Louisiana, calls for more donation

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While the whole world might be mourning for the rather unfortunate incident of the Paris cathedral fire, three black historical churches in the state of Louisiana has been burnt to the ground.

This churches were burnt in less than two weeks in one south Louisiana parish, where officials said they had found “suspicious elements” in each case. The officials have not ruled out the possibility of arson, or the possibility that the fires are related.

According to State Fire Marshal H statement on Thursday “There is clearly something happening in this community,”.

This has caught the attention of Senator Hilary Clinton has she has taken to social media to send a warm heart felt message.

Below is what she wrote:

As we hold Paris in our thoughts today, let’s also send some love to our neighbors in Louisiana. Three historically black churches have burned in recent weeks, charring buildings and scattering communities. If you can, contribute to rebuilding funds here: https://t.co/OSteYWzU9v

More than 9800 people have denoted so far to the rebuilding of the churches.

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