Disturbing Graffiti With Hate Messages Covers Two Texas Schools
Imagine having a great morning with your child, then pulling up to school to see it covered with hate messages.
That's exactly what happened to parents and students of two North Texas schools this week as investigators begin their search for possible suspects.
Arguably more disturbing than the racial slurs that were plastered on the walls in black spray paint was the alarming message on concrete that hinted at possible violence to come in the days ahead.
The heart breaking encrypted message reads " March 3rd. Don't Come."
That message was likely enough for some parents at Eagle Mountain-Saginaw ISD in Ft. Worth Texas to contemplate continuing to bring their small children to school in the future at all, although some parents offered in an interview with FOX4 that the parents they spoke too offered that, "they still plan to send their kids to school Friday despite the threat."
Here is a video on Youtube from Fox4 that covers the story.
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The racial slurs and hate messages are in the process of being removed or covered as well as the encrypted hint regarding missing school on March 3rd while investigators continue to review video footage in an effort to identify who may have written these alarming messages.
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