FBI Joins Probe of Racist Graffiti at Church, Election Polling Location
The FBI has joined an investigation into racist graffiti spray-painted on a suburban Detroit church that also was serving as an Election Day poling place, the Associated Press reports.
Bishop-Elect James Richard Evans Sr. said he believes the graffiti, which included an anti-black slur, was intended to intimidate voters.
Racial problems are nothing new in Mt. Clemens, where many African Americans are moving to escape high crime in Detroit.
The AP wrote that FBI Special Agent Jeffrey Eberle spoke about racial equality to an audience of about 100 at the church.
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