FAKE HATE: Police Trying to find (Black) Man Who Drew Racist Pictures at San Francisco Station

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FAKE HATE: Police Trying to find (Black) Man Who Drew Racist Pictures at San Francisco Station

San Francisco police are looking for the vandal who drew racist photographs on the San Francisco Embarcadero BART Station.

The vandal is black.

He drew swastikas and racial slurs on the station.

It was one other faux hate crime.
The FBI ought to begin a particular class for these criminals.
KRON4 reported:

BART police are searching for a person who drew offensive photographs on the ground on the San Francisco Embarcadero BART Station earlier this week, police mentioned.

Police say he drew a number of swastikas and racial slurs on BART property.

Detectives imagine the identical particular person is chargeable for a number of circumstances of vandalism on BART property this week. Such crimes have been reported on the San Leandro, Glenn Park, and MacArthur Stations–in addition to on some trains.

“This offensive vandalism is not going to be tolerated by BART. Each time it’s reported we’ll reply instantly to wash it up and BART intends to pursue prison prices. Most significantly, we need to present a secure setting for our riders. That’s why we’re offering these photographs of the suspect to the general public,” BART mentioned in a press launch.

You probably have any data on this man please contact authorities.