Malcolm Graham, center, prepares to release one of nine doves after the funeral for his sister, Cynthia Hurd, at the Emanuel AME Church cemetery in Charleston, S.C. Hurd was one of the nine bible study worshippers killed in Charleston. (Photo by Mic Smith)
Malcolm Graham, center, prepares to release one of nine doves after the funeral for his sister, Cynthia Hurd, at the Emanuel AME Church cemetery in Charleston, S.C. Hurd was one of the nine bible study worshippers killed in Charleston. (Photo by Mic Smith)
Malcolm Graham, center, prepares to release one of nine doves after the funeral for his sister, Cynthia Hurd, at the Emanuel AME Church cemetery in Charleston, S.C. Hurd was one of the nine bible study worshippers killed in Charleston. (Photo by Mic Smith)

Malcolm Graham: Flag removal shows nine victims ‘did not die in vain’

July 09, 2015 06:46 PM