“A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed” – Henrik, Ibsen
This page is dedicated to persons whom have displayed their support of Justice for All.
Last week, Ohio State University Police issued a hate crime alert to university students after vandalism was sighted on a wall of the university’s Black Cultural Center. The graffiti on the building read “Long Live Zimmerman.” Not long after, vandalism was reported at a Barrack Obama Mural off-campus, which featured swastika symbols and read “N——!”
George Zimmerman, who is accused of shooting a 17-year-old unarmed teenager in cold blood, featured a photograph of the “Long Live Zimmerman,” graffiti on his website therealgeorgezimmerman.com.
Above the photograph, he featured a quote by Poet Henrik Ibsen that read, “A thousand words will not leave so deep an impression as one deed.” Zimmerman also included, “This page is dedicated to persons whom have displayed their support of Justice for All.”
OSU Police classified the vandalism as a hate crime. The hate crime email alert issued by police read, “The Clergy Act defines a hate crime as a criminal offense committed against a person or property which is motivated in whole or part by the offender’s bias.”
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