Racist Flyers Found at DSU
Racist flyers are found in a Dover neighborhood and on the Delaware State University campus. Dover Police say they have no suspects and don't believe any one person is being targeted.
Law enforcement agencies are investigating the origin of racist flyers found on Delaware State University's campus and in downtown Dover. The flyers not only contained a swastika next to a noose, but also a derogatory termed aimed at African Americans, police said. NBC10's Monquie Braxton speaks to residents and students about the flyers. (Published Thursday, Mar 1, 2012)
Thursday, Mar 1, 2012 Updated at 5:43 PM EST
Three law enforcement agencies in Delaware are investigating the origin of racist flyers found on the campus of Delaware State University and in downtown Dover.
Investigators say on December 31 and January 3, the flyers were found in a Dover neighborhood. They showed a swastika next to a noose and contained a derogatory term aimed at African Americans, said Dover police.
Just days ago, the same flyer was discovered on the DSU campus.
The Delaware Department of Safety and Homeland Security, Dover Police and Delaware State University Police are investigating.