Rather than honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s commitment to civil rights, or the President’s call for LGBT equality during his inaugural address, vandals at Boston College Law School used the three-day weekend to deface the office of an LGBT student group, reports Above The Law.
The graphic and explicit vandalism consisted of almost every possible gay slur imaginable, scrawled on the walls of the office of the Lambda Law Students Association at the law school.
Dean Vincent D. Rougeau told Above the Law that the “the cowardly act of vandalism … is reprehensible and runs counter to everything we stand for as a law school.”
It’s unclear that the perpetrator was in fact a BC law student, as the law school shares its campus with a number of freshman dorms.
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