Police arrested two suspects in connection with the painting of a swastika on a synagogue in Indiana.
“We just wanted to put a positive message out there. We just thought, what’s more positive than love.”
The Anti-Defamation League said it’s “appalling and outrageous” that someone would replace the American flag with “an ugly symbol of the Nazi regime.”
He told police at the time of his arrest in that he knew the family was Jewish “because of the way they spoke.”
Park maintenance tilled the defamed patch of grass, according to WOWT, and locals decorated the spot with American flags and flowers.
A tile historian said at the time the apartment was built - 1928 - the swastika was nothing more than a common decorative symbol.
In January, five swastikas were found drawn outside the Masonic Lodge. Swastikas also have been a recurring problem at Ridgefield High School.
It read: “F—- You All” in letters resembling Nazi swastikas
It’s called a “restorative justice process.”
This is the second time this year that swastikas have been found at a school in Arlington.