News: ‘You won’t believe this: Michigan town hit with two major acts of hate in 24 hours

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News: ‘You won’t believe this: Michigan town hit with two major acts of hate in 24 hours

A township in Michigan is suffering from a 24-hour span that saw two large acts of hatred from early Sunday morning to early Monday morning, however, investigators are unsure if the two events are linked.

The first incidence occurred early Sunday morning and involves the family of Dr. Lucretia Greear, a well-known surgical veterinarian in the town. Greear is an interracial couple who specializes in holistic remedies and treating cancer patients.

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Tony, Lucretia’s spouse, was informed about the occurrence by his son. A single person, who was joined by others in two other vehicles, drove up to the Greear’s automobiles and used a white marker to scrawl a racist insult and a swastika, as well as other expletives and filthy pictures.

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“I was furious,” said Tony Greear in an interview with WXYZ-TV in Michigan. “My son called me and said, ‘Dad, come outside. You won’t believe this.'”

Lucretia Greear followed the high road in her response to the hatred, but she is still haunted by the invasion of her home.

“It’s terrifying,” she said. “It’s like not feeling comfortable in my own home, you know, how far will this go?” Greear went on. “I had been awake all night and I don’t believe it seemed to me how painful and terrible that was. I’m simply absorbing the fact that nothing about me should be inappropriate for my children, yet it is today. They have an African-American mother.”

Great also took the opportunity to confront the offenders.

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“I’m sorry your heart is filled with so much hatred and hurt,” Greear remarked. “You lead a horrible existence.”

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Early Monday morning in Brownstown Township, police were searching the same neighborhood after anti-Semitic pamphlets were discovered in little plastic bags and dropped outside of an estimated 20 residences. The identical fliers have already been discovered throughout Michigan. The little plastic bags are filled with pebbles and dirt to keep them from blowing away in the wind.

Brownstown Township Supervisor Ed Smith, another prominent African-American in the neighborhood, was taken aback by the events of the previous 24 hours.

“Hate does not go away, it just hides,” Smith said. “So it’s important for all of us to be proactive.”“Hate does not go away, it just hides,” Smith said. “So it’s important for all of us to be proactive.”

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