An online retailer pulled out a garment from its site depicting Anne Frank, the victim of the massacre.
Halloween Costumes Outlet clothing screenshot posted on social media shows a little girl wearing World War II costumes and berets. This apparel was quickly criticized on Twitter. Carlos Galindo-Elvira, who heads the anti-coalition office in Arizona, said on Twitter that the suit made Frank’s memory insignificant.
North Mankato, based in Minnesota, runs this site. Spokesman Ross Walker Smith tweeted on Sunday that the garment had been removed from the site. He explained that the company sells clothing other than Halloween, such as “school projects and drama.” He apologized for any crime caused by the costume.
Anne Frank is known for her hiding in the diaspora of the Nazi period during the war.