Vietnam War Memorial Vandalized for Memorial Day. Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer May 29, 2016. Chapter 131 Outraged at Vandalized Memorial. At the time, the Los Angeles memorial, which bears painted names of soldiers and is more akin to a mural, was confused on social media with Washington's Vietnam Veterans Memorial, fact-checking website Snopes reported.The Los Angeles memorial was vandalized again in March 2017.. Also Read: No, The Simpsons Did â¦ The graffiti resembles that in similar photos from media reports about a painted replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Los Angeles being vandalized that year. Storm chances continue early this week | Central Texas Forecast. Former Marine Jon Scudder, walks past a vandalized Vietnam War memorial in the Venice area of Los Angeles on Monday, May 30, 2016. The unidentified substance that was found splashed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial earlier this month was the result of vandalism, the U.S. Park Police said yesterday. Officials said that the damage from a graffiti attack on a veterans memorial in Venice was so extensive that it will take some time to restore the monument. Weather. The Veterans Memorial Park located in Las Cruces, New Mexico was constructed by the Las Cruces Home Builders Association under the direction of the City and was dedicated May 5, 1999. Chapter 131 recently set out to clean the Berks County Vietnam Memorial in Reading, PA only to discover that it has been damaged.. Chapter members and the Reading Motorcycle Club were dismayed to find out that the memorial had trash strewn about it and showed signs of skateboarders abusing the memorial â¦ Flowers are left next to a vandalized Vietnam War memorial May 30, 2016, in the Venice area of Los Angeles. Metro statement on vandalized memorial to Vietnam War veterans by Steve Hymon , May 30, 2016 The memorial is â¦ The original image is of graffiti on the Venice Beach California Vietnam Veterans Memorial back in 2016 Former Marine Jon Scudder, walks past a vandalized Vietnam War memorial in the Venice area of Los Angeles on Monday, May 30, 2016. APâS ASSESSMENT: False. A 24-year-old man who vandalized a Vietnam War memorial last year in Los Angeles has been sentenced to four years in state prison. CLAIM: Photos show the Vietnam Veterans Memorial marred by graffiti as a result of riots after the death of George Floyd. That Memorial Day weekend, the Venice Beach memorial commemorating 2,273 US personnel unaccounted for in Southeast Asia was vandalized by taggers. In May 2016, vandals spray-painted graffiti on a Vietnam War memorial in Venice, Calif.
This Friday, May 27, 2016 image from video provided by KCBS-TV/KCAL-TV shows graffiti on a Vietnam War memorial in the Venice area of Los Angeles. Veterans and community members help clean a memorial containing the names of 2,273 unaccounted for Vietnam war soldiers after vandals covered the mural with silver paint graffiti prior to Memorial Day in Venice Beach, California on May 29, 2016 â¦ Robert Lachance, a Park Police spokesman, said that a detective made the conclusion but that officials would provide no more details because the â¦ The man who vandalized the replica was sentenced to four â¦ Leaders of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Dorchester are stunned after the memorial was torn apart yesterday, officials say. Sgt. In honor and memorial of the men and women who fought and served in the United States armed forces and in particular, those who served from Las Cruces area, the Veterans Memorial â¦ Back Iâll bet it was anti-racists. The memorial, located on a black wall along Pacific Avenue, was painted by a Vietnam veteran in 1992 and has 2,273 names on it. Flowers are left next to a vandalized Vietnam War memorial in Venice Beach on Monday, May 30, 2016. In May 2016, just before Memorial Day, the wall was marred by Angel Castro, a 24-year-old tagger known as 'Liter,' whose moniker was spray-painted in giant white letters on the wall. Andrew Anglin May 29, 2016. https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/verify-photo-of-damage-to â¦ What sort of person does something like this? No it has not been vandalized. The photos circulating on social media are from 2016 and show a Vietnam Veterans Memorial replica in Los Angeles, which was defaced in that year. Through a reverse image search, the Daily Caller discovered that the image dates back to 2016.