FBI, PPSO investigating noose, racist graffiti on Mississippi River

FBI, PPSO investigating noose, racist graffiti on Mississippi River

POSTED: Thursday, May 8, 2014 - 4:51pm

UPDATED: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 - 6:00pm

The Plaquemines Parish Sheriff’s Office reported on Thursday, May 8, that they are investigating racist images found on the Mississippi River in the 14300 block of Highway 23 in Belle Chasse.

According to police, they received a report on Monday, April 28, about a noose hanging from a willow tree on the river.

Police also found two K’s spray painted on the tree. Nearby on the cement levee, someone had also spray painted the words “white power.”

PPSO called in the FBI New Orleans Civil Rights Squad to assist with the investigation. The investigation is ongoing.

Sheriff Lonnie Greco said, “This type of offensive behavior is disheartening, unacceptable, and has no place in society. The individual(s) found to be responsible will be held accountable.”

Anyone with information on this incident should contact the PPSO Criminal Investigations Bureau at 504-392-1652 or the FBI New Orleans Field Office at 504-816-3000. 

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Another well placed symbol to start problems for the races, could this be another attempt by a black radical to start problems like alot are doing to blame another race for making false statements about another race, there is alot of that going around now days,so before you bash a race or a person let the police get all the facts then make your decision on what race was involved in the crime, its not always as it seems in the end, see how many people are ready to protest and fuss already.

This is the year 2014. Some people never grow up. You live what u learn....at home. Whomever did this was raised by really, really, STUPID IGNORANT PARENTS.

what does one expect from an inbred?

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