Suspect Emerges in Dallas Gayborhood Vandalism

Oak Lawn Gayborhood - DallasSome are pointing to an anti-gay activist in a string of vandalism incidents this week on Oak Park, the Dallas gayborhood.

The Dallas Voice reports:

Political gadfly Richard Sheridan has emerged as a suspect in the tagging incidents that occurred in Oak Lawn and more graffiti was found. Resource Center spokesman Rafael McDonnell said they found a “666” painted on the Youth First building on Harry Hines Boulevard today. The marking has probably been there since the weekend like the others that were found on Sunday at Cathedral of Hope, the Legacy of Love Monument, on two Dallas Voice distribution boxes and in front of the Dallas Morning News, Dallas Observer and D magazine buildings. McDonnell said the graffiti has already been removed.

When they can’t win via the political process, they take matters into their own hands.

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