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Canada 1 person charged in connection with racist slurs, anti-Black graffiti reported in TTC subway train

03:05  29 june  2020
03:05  29 june  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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Police are investigating after someone scrawled racist anti - Black graffiti inside a Toronto subway train A Toronto woman says she was shaken and in tears after a woman directed racist slurs at her and scribbled Green said the TTC will work with police to find the person and have them charged .

Police are investigating after a subway train on Line 2 was “vandalized with vile anti - Black racist graffiti in a clear hate crime,” a spokesperson for I don't know what you call it when someone writes a racial slur that vile on public property and then points at someone who is of the race that that slur

a person waiting for a train: Police arrested one person in connection to scrawled racist anti-Black graffiti and racist slurs reported inside a Toronto subway train. © Provided by cbc.ca Police arrested one person in connection to scrawled racist anti-Black graffiti and racist slurs reported inside a Toronto subway train.

Toronto police say one person was arrested and charged on Sunday afternoon in connection with graffiti and racist slurs reported last week on a TTC subway train.

The incident was first reported inside a Line 2 train at Broadview Station late Friday afternoon, said TTC spokesperson Stuart Green.

Toronto woman Dionne Samantha Callaghan described the incident to CBC Toronto Saturday, saying she sat down on the subway on her way home from working at a hospital, when a woman with a child started pointing at her and ranting, saying the N-word.

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Police are investigating after a subway train on Line 2 was “vandalized with vile anti - Black racist graffiti in a clear hate crime,” a spokesperson for the TTC says. TTC spokesperson Stuart Green said that the train was immediately pulled from service on Friday after the graffiti was first discovered.

The most recent incident occurred on Friday, after subway riders reported a woman had vandalized a TTC train with racist graffiti . A # TTC Line 2 train was vandalized with vile anti - Black racist graffiti in a clear hate crime today.

Callaghan said she chose to ignore the woman, keeping her headphones in and looking down. While she couldn't hear the woman, Callaghan says, "I could see the N-word being thrown at my face."

At one point, Callaghan said the woman took the child's marker and wrote a phrase, which includes a misspelled version of the N-word, while pointing at her.

She described being shaken and in tears following the incident.

a woman smiling for the camera: Dionne Samantha Callaghan says she was in tears after a woman on the subway ranted racist slurs at her and wrote the N-word. © CBC Dionne Samantha Callaghan says she was in tears after a woman on the subway ranted racist slurs at her and wrote the N-word.

The train was immediately taken out of service after it was tracked down at Kipling Station about an hour later.

Toronto Police said they received two witness calls about the incident on Friday evening.

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Several subway riders captured the tirade on video. One person threatened to call the police. The video shows Lushchinskaya striking the woman several times with her umbrella and "I'm lucky that people were on the train who were helping me, especially the first Asian guy who stood in front of me

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Accused not charged with a hate crime

Toronto police Const. David Hopkinson told CBC Toronto Sunday that the accused was arrested at 11 a.m. and charged with mischief to property under $5,000 and harassment.

Hopkinson said police have not charged the accused with a hate crime.

At this point, police are not releasing the name of the accused for their safety, Hopkinson added. They have been released from custody and are expected to appear in court at a later date.

Green told CBC Toronto Sunday that the TTC is pleased that police, based on evidence and at least two complaints they received, were able to arrest and charge someone "very quickly."

"It was an act that was rooted in hatred," Green said.

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