‘Graphic’ lynching images found on Brooklyn 4 train

MTA cleaners discovered “graphic” pictures depicting lynching on a 4 practice in Brooklyn on Tuesday, sources stated.

The photocopied flyers “depicting graphic executions (lynching)” have been discovered plastered contained in the practice at Utica Avenue station in Crown Heights at round 12:37 p.m., in line with an inside MTA report seen by The Submit.

Sources stated a straphanger reported the posters to a subway employee, who in flip knowledgeable police.

Police responded to the reported vandalism and took down and confiscated the pictures.

A suspect was not in custody on Tuesday,

The crime was the most recent in a spate of misdeeds within the subway system.

A 23-year-old lady was sexually assaulted at a Brooklyn subway station final week.

On Monday, an 18-year-old woman was repeatedly punched within the face in a random assault in an L practice subway station in Manhattan.

NYPD and MTA didn’t instantly touch upon the lynching pictures.

The vandalism was discovered on the identical day President Biden signed into regulation the Emmett Until Anti-Lynching Act — the primary anti-lynching laws to ever grow to be regulation after over 200 makes an attempt within the final hundred or so years. The invoice makes lynching a federal crime.

Extra reporting by Tina Moore

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