Video: Company rethinks policy after refusing to print stamps to honor late veteran

(MyFoxBoston.com) — Her brother was killed in Afghanistan in 2009, while serving his 4th tour of duty and a local woman tried to order custom postage stamps to honor his memory with a foundation for wounded warriors. The reaction she got from the company was shocking, she said..

FOX25’s Sharman Sacchetti got in touch with the company and they changed their tune. This all started when the sister of Staff Sergeant Matthew Pucino contacted us to tell us she just wanted to honor her bother’s sacrifice. But the site refused to print the stamps because of what she wanted to write beneath his image. That’s until we started asking questions.

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