Chicago - Haitian founder Jean Baptiste DuSable Statue Vandalized

The bronze statue honoring Jean-Baptiste Pointe DuSable, the Haitian founder of Chicago, was vandalized recently, vandals painted over the eyes of the statue with black paint...

Jean Baptiste DuSable Satue Vandalized
Jean Baptiste DuSable Satue Vandalized

Is it a coincidence? The statue was vandalised on Martin Luther King weekend.

Luckily, the statue was cleaned up and restored without any permanent damage.

What do you think about that?

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Bruce Cassamajor says...

They cannot nor should not curse Mr Pointe DuSable for his endeavor to build a so superb town. They have to destroy the whole town if they can. If not not the builder of the town. If they want to remove his name let them vandalize and destroy the whole town. These sick jerks are all inspired by

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Patrick Princivil says...

The status look like whoever made

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Topsecret Jahlove says...

What I think is tey not Broke the status I could see tey don't have nothing agains the status, but if you look at the status, The status look white,, they do it because they try to turn it black,, they do it on Martin Luther king

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