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By Caroline Radnofsky and Suzanne Ciechalski
A woman suspected of vandalizing the Democratic Party headquarters and the Chickasaw Nation office with Nazi graffiti in Oklahoma City last week appears to have hit again, police said.
The Norman Police Department released video surveillance of a woman who would be the prime suspect of three acts of vandalism perpetrated on Tuesday at the offices of the Cleveland County Democratic Party, McKinley Elementary School and Norman Firehouse Arts Center, Oklahoma.
The force added in a statement posted on Facebook that she was working closely with the Oklahoma City Police Department to confirm the investigators' conviction that the suspect was linked to other racist and racist messages. that Nazi symbols were found stained outside the buildings of the capital, March 28. 20 miles away.
The Democratic Party of Oklahoma called the acts cowardly. "Hate is not a partisan affair and goes against our American values," the party wrote in a statement. "Our diversity is what makes our country and our state strong."
Norman volunteers stepped in on Wednesday to help eliminate messages, including insults against Americans of Asian and Arab descent, support for President Trump's re-election campaign, and violent threats against the eminent American Jewish American academic Barbara Specter and her political commentator and critic Trump, Bill Kristol. Eyes on a statue outside the fire station were also painted with swastikas.
Kendra Horn, a congressman from Oklahoma, said she was sorry for the series of attacks of less than a week. She writes on Facebook: "Hate sets the stage for violence and these attacks stir the flame."