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- 10-27-2012, 09:39 PM #1
Republican Louisville resident has car vandalized for second time in two weeks
By Joe Rubino, Camera Staff Writer
Posted: 10/27/2012 06:41:39 PM MDT
Tom McAvinew with his temporary Romney/Ryan political sign after previous signs were stolen. ( JESSICA CUNEO )
Incidents apparently politcally motivated
Tom McAvinew, the Louisville resident who had his cars "keyed" last week in what appeared to be vandalism motivated by his status as a Republican and the Mitt Romney/Paul Ryan campaign signs on his lawn, said on Saturday one of his vehicles was struck again.
McAvinew's wife Karen on Saturday morning spotted the word "Romny" scratched across the full width of the trunk of the couple's previously vandalized Buick LeSabre. McAvinew, 71, called Louisville police who sent out an officer to take a report, at which point McAvinew said he spotted a matching "Romny" scratched into the car's hood.
"It's a moot point for the trunk because it had already been hit, but now I have to call the insurance company and tell them the hood has been hit," he said. "We didn't think it would go this far."
The couple had two Romney/Ryan campaign signs stolen from their yard earlier this month which they then replaced with three homemade signs. Then, last week, McAvinew awoke one day to find both the couple's Buick, and their Subaru Forester had been scratched with marks, including a large letter "R," apparently making reference to their political leanings.
A police report in the initial vandalism case was amended Saturday to include the new scratches, McAvinew said. He said the Subaru was in his garage on Friday night sparing it from further damage.
Louisville police had already closed the case because no neighbors saw anything and there were no suspects or leads.
McAvinew said he doesn't plan to have the scratches repaired on either car--he estimated the damage at $6,000 before Saturday's discovery--until well after the Nov. 6 election.
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- 10-28-2012, 06:52 PM #2
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If Dictator Obama were not running the United States Executive Branch like the final days of a communist dictator in Africa, then the FBI and Justice Department would be dispatching agents from the Civil Rights division to protect these Republican voters.
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