Law enforcement employees deface Black Lives Matter sign

DIPSHIDIOTS OF THE DAY: COUNTY EMPLOYEES

Two civilian employees of Ventura County law enforcement agencies are accused of defacing a Black Lives Matter banner in separate incidents in Thousand Oaks, California, sheriff’s officials say.

Darrin Stone, 60, a sheriff’s department service technician, slashed the banner with a knife June 13 and tried to cut it down early Friday, a sheriff’s release says.

Stone, who was off-duty at the time of both incidents, has been placed on leave pending an investigation, the release says.

He faces vandalism charges.



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2 Comments

  1. It’s OK to deface the American flag, but don’t touch a BLM banner. Private property or religious symbol?

    1. Author

      For some reason one is free speach the others is vandalism. Especially in the current political climate now.

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