Racist slurs were spray-painted across several cars in Colorado Springs' Bon neighborhood Friday, the same day that swastikas and other anti-Semitic epithets were found at the nearby Temple Beit Torah. The "n" word was spelled out in large letters across the side of Luanne Ducett's gold-colored sedan, parked near North Royer and Fontanero streets, and Ducett said swastikas and other symbols were painted on her neighbors' properties. "It doesn't make any sense that anyone is this hateful," Ducett said. "I'm very passionately against racism in any way, shape or form, so the fact that my car got hit with this really hits home." Reports about the assault on nearby Temple Beit Torah spurred hundreds of people to rally Sunday Read more on Colorado Springs...
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Cars tagged with racist slurs near Colorado Springs synagogue where anti-Semitic graffiti found