BP RICHARDS ON ANTI-SEMITIC GRAFFITI FOUND IN FOREST HILLS
(December 16, 2020 at 3:40pm)
QUEENS, NY – Queens Borough President Donovan Richards stated the following in response to the discovery of vile, anti-Semitic graffiti discovered today on 68th Road and the Grand Central Parkway in Forest Hills.
“This sickening display of anti-Semitism has no place in The World’s Borough, especially as our Jewish brothers and sisters in Forest Hills and across Queens rejoice during the holy week of Chanukah,” said Borough President RICHARDS. “This intolerable act of vandalism will not go unpunished, and our office is working closely with the NYPD, the NYC Commission on Human Rights and the NYC Office for the Prevention of Hate Crimes to ensure those responsible are held accountable for their shameful, unacceptable act of hate.”
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