Surprise! Another Hate Hoax: Black Emory University Employee Arrested for Vandalizing Autism Center with Racist, Anti-Semitic Graffiti

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Roy Lee Gordon, Jr.

A black Emory University employee was arrested last week for vandalizing the Emory Autism Center with racial and anti-Semitic slurs.

The local media reported on the alleged hate crime at the time.

But it was just another hate hoax.

The Post Millennial reported:

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Suspected vandal Roy Lee Gordon Jr., an-ex Emory University employee and black man, has been arrested for allegedly spraying racist graffiti at his workplace.

In what appears to be another incident in a string of hate hoaxes in the past several months, the former part-time Emory staff member is accused of vandalizing the university’s Autism Center with racist and antisemitic graffiti in early August.

According to the Daily Wireracial slurs were written near the workspace occupied by two African-American women. There was also a swastika painted near the office of a Jewish individual. In addition, a glass door had been ruined and nearby vending machines were damaged.

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