OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An Oklahoma City man who found a swastika cut into the grass in front of his home said Thursday that he believes it was done by a neighbor with whom he has had a long-running dispute. AdvertisementSells said he reported the swastika, which he said is cut into the public right-of-way, to both Oklahoma City police and the FBI. “While we feel this is hateful speech, it’s not something the FBI can investigate because it ... probably falls under First Amendment protected free speech,” McCleery said. Dillon Quirk said the Oklahoma City Police are investigating the grass-cutting incident as vandalism. He declined to speculate on why anyone would cut a swastika into his grass.
Source: Huffington Post June 09, 2023 07:58 UTC