The “Eagle Flyer” features four crooked arms with gondolas. It may be changed to three to avoid confusion with the Nazi symbol.
According to New Jersey police, however, “their alleged crimes were not considered to be bias crimes.”
When neighbors reported the smell of gas, the fire department discovered what may have been an attempted arson. The house exploded three days later.
Following the vandalism, the community showed up to support the production.
Thousands of people from outside organizations rented rooms on campus over the summer and it is not clear that the swastika was meant to target them.
That same week a man was shot outside a Miami synagogue, and another Florida synagogue received a package with threatening and anti-semitic objects.
In response, students of the school created chalk street art to spread messages of love and acceptance.
Captioned: “I spent a beautiful day with my family, music, food in the home of my SS friend, then my birthday cake arrived, a gift from my SS friend.”
Did you hear the one about the swastika?
This incident is the third Neo-Nazi hate crime in Northern Virginia in weeks