Swastikas Scrawled in Brooklyn Neighborhood Where Ruth Bader Ginsburg Poster Was Vandalized

Police are investigating the graffiti found in Greenpoint, where a poster depicting the justice was targeted by vandals who wrote 'Die, Jew bitch!' last month

File photo: A swastika is seen on a side wall of a former synagogue in eastern France, Monday March 4, 2019.
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Swastikas were found spray-painted on a sidewalk in the Brooklyn neighborhood of Greenpoint on Monday morning.

Police are investigating the graffiti found on Newel Street near an intersection with Norman Avenue, according to the Greenpoint Post.

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Less than a month ago, a poster hung in a Greenpoint subway stop advertising a book about Jewish Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was vandalized with a swastika and the phrase “Die, Jew bitch!”

Stickers with swastikas and other hate speech were found in the neighborhood in January, prompting responses from several local city and state lawmakers.