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    Vandal Behind Anti-Black Racist Graffiti at Salisbury University is Black

    Vandal Behind Anti-Black Racist Graffiti at Salisbury University is Black

    “Four law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, had participated in the investigation.”

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    Sadly, we’ve seen this movie before. This is often done to justify making demands.

    The College Fix reports:

    CONFIRMED: Vandal behind racist graffiti at Salisbury University … is black

    Salisbury University experienced massive racial unrest after a series of racist graffiti was discovered on campus over the course of the 2019-20 school year.

    The public, Maryland-based university canceled classes for a “day of healing” and hired a new associate vice president for diversity and inclusion at a cost of $140,000 annually.

    Authorities have had a suspect since February but refused comment to The College Fix on details. Turns out, the vandal is black.

    The man who is scheduled to plead guilty to the vandalism has been charged under a hate-crime statute. His motives for the defacement remain unclear at this time.

    Jerome Kevin Jackson, 54, is set to plead guilty June 12 to maliciously defacing school property “while exhibiting racial animosity,” according to a news release from the Office of the State’s Attorney for Wicomico County published Monday.

    The release states Jackson is responsible for four incidents of “racist and sometimes gender discriminatory graffiti” on campus during the fall semester as well as another incident in February 2020 in which the words “it’s hang a [n-word] month” were scrawled on a wall with black marker.

    Four law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, had participated in the investigation.

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    Geologist | June 12, 2020 at 5:15 pm

    Does Jerome Jackson happen to be the new associate vice president for diversity and inclusion? That is a pretty good motive.


     
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    DaveGinOly | June 13, 2020 at 12:27 pm

    I’m not surprised at his race, I’m surprised at his age. You would think someone who is 54 would have more sense. If not more sense than to do something like this, then at least more sense than to think he could get away with it.


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