Fake Hate: Black College Lacrosse Player Arrested for Posting N-Word and Swastika Graffiti Targeting Himself


Fynn Ajani Arthur (Daily Mail)

Fake Hate strikes Maryland Campus!
Black college lacrosse player Fynn Ajani Arthur was arrested in connection to two incidents on campus where he posted graffiti on a campus dorm and similar graffiti earlier in November.

The graffiti called for the murder of all black students on campus.
Arthur is a mixed black student.

Arthur graduated from Brunswick in 2015, according to the Press Herald, and is a public health major at Goucher College in Towson, Maryland.

The Daily Mail reported:

A black college lacrosse player has been arrested in connection with two incidents of racist graffiti found in a dorm on the Goucher College campus in Maryland.

Fynn Ajani Arthur, a 21-year-old from Brunswick, Maine, was charged with two counts of malicious destruction of property on Thursday night in Baltimore County.

His arrest came after graffiti aimed at black and Latino students was found on the second floor of a campus dorm, one floor above where similar graffiti had been found on November 14, Goucher College administrators said in a statement.

Both incidents that shook the Towson campus involved backward swastikas and targeted specific individuals, according to the statement.

Thursday’s graffiti depicted swastikas, the letters ‘KKK’ and appeared to include the last names of four black students, including Arthur. The previous graffiti reportedly said all ‘n*****s’ on campus would be killed.

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