Sen. Kay Hagan's N.C. office vandalized
A vandal spray-painted swastikas on the front door of Sen. Kay Hagan's (D-N.C.) office in Greenville, N.C., early Thursday, WNCT reported. Local authorities released a surveillance video, shot from inside the office, of a man walking up to the building and kneeling down in front of the door.
Police said more swastikas and anti-government messages -- such as "blind follow blind," "criminal government," and "what good is justice if the scales are bent" -- were also found on other Greenville buildings. ThinkProgress notes that some of the phrases appear to be taken from a song by Mason Jennings.
WITN reports that the U.S. Capitol Police is cooperating with Greenville police in the investigation.
(Via Huffington Post)
| December 20, 2010; 11:07 AM ET
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