Target: Tony Rackauckas, District Attorney for Orange County, California
Goal: Demand the maximum penalty for the person who painted swastikas and German words inside of a church.
A Korean Presbyterian church was vandalized with swastikas and German words. The Buena Park police are investigating it as a possible hate crime. Demand the maximum penalty in this case.
“That’s just not a pretty sight to see,” stated Peter Lee, a member of the True Light Christian Church. He and other members found the church’s walls covered in red swastikas and German words. The phrases included “my honor” written in German and “Toxic Love.” The church has had numerous break-ins in the past, but this is the first instance of hateful graffiti.
The Buena Park Police Department is investigating, but there are no suspects yet. Sign below and demand the maximum penalty in this case.
Dear District Attorney Rackauckas,
The True Light Christian Church was vandalized with hateful graffiti. Swastikas and German words covered the outside wall of the building. We demand the maximum punishment for the person responsible.
This year alone, the church has spent $1,000 on cleaning up similar acts of vandalism. However, this is the first instance of hateful propaganda. The Buena Park Police Department stated that due to the nature and location of the markings, they are investigating this as a possible hate crime.
Hate crimes cannot be tolerated. We demand that you seek the maximum penalty in this case.
[Your Name Here]
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