A new sign with “TERRORISM?” in big, blue print and the words “Violent Intolerant Extremism fanatical heretical authoritarian racist” in small print appeared Tuesday on a home in River Park that has sparked controversy for its recent displays. The new sign went up a day after an activist apparently tore down an anti-Israel swastika display from the home’s exterior, remnants of which remained on the walkway.
A new sign with “TERRORISM?” in big, blue print and the words “Violent Intolerant Extremism fanatical heretical authoritarian racist” in small print appeared Tuesday on a home in River Park that has sparked controversy for its recent displays. The new sign went up a day after an activist apparently tore down an anti-Israel swastika display from the home’s exterior, remnants of which remained on the walkway. Bill Lindelof blindelof@sacbee.com
A new sign with “TERRORISM?” in big, blue print and the words “Violent Intolerant Extremism fanatical heretical authoritarian racist” in small print appeared Tuesday on a home in River Park that has sparked controversy for its recent displays. The new sign went up a day after an activist apparently tore down an anti-Israel swastika display from the home’s exterior, remnants of which remained on the walkway. Bill Lindelof blindelof@sacbee.com
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Update: New sign appears after swastika display ripped down from Sacramento house

March 10, 2015 06:58 AM