(Worthy News) - Police are investigating if a church in the San Diego metropolitan area was the victim of a hate crime when vulgar, satanic graffiti was spray-painted on the building.
The vandalism took place at about 3 a.m. Sunday when two people with backpacks and spray cans were seen on surveillance video getting out of a car and lingering around South Bay Pentecostal Church.
The church's executive pastor, Amado Huizar, told NBC 7 he thinks the church was targeted with satanic symbols because of its recent public opposition to an event at a local public library where drag queens read books to children. [ Source: Washington Examiner (Read More...) ]
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