New York Civil Rights Violation Lawyer Investigates After a Noose is Found Hanging in Front of a New York School


A hate crime symbol was found outside of a school in Howard Beach, New York and civil rights violation lawyer David Perecman is investigating.

The investigation by the New York civil rights violation lawyer was launched after the noose was found hanging from a tree near the area where a worker was confronted by a group of teens while he was painting over neighborhood graffiti tags. The worker was harassed by kids who used racial slurs and told him to leave the area.

New York civil rights violation lawyer Perecman understands Howard Beach has a history of racial intolerance. Hate crimes are a civil rights violation in New York.

According to School officials, because of the bad weather, students did not see evidence of the hate crime.

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident as a bias attack.

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