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November 16, 2018

Vandals scrawl confusing graffiti on Education Dept. headquarters in Lower Manhattan

May 26, 2018
City workers power wash graffiti at the entrance of Old Tweed Courthouse on May 22, 2018. (Alec Tabak/for New York Daily News)

Vandals graffitied city Education Department headquarters at the historic Tweed Courthouse in Lower Manhattan with mysterious slogans.

School staffers arriving Tuesday morning encountered the phrases “Unconstitutional murder,” “lower economic education” and “feudal class,” painted in blue on two columns and a wall near the courthouse’s grand entrance at 52 Chambers Street.




“Tweed Courthouse is a New York City landmark and we’re disappointed that someone would vandalize the building,” said Education Department spokeswoman Toya Holness.

“Our maintenance team has already begun to remove it and the NYPD is conducting an investigation.”
“Our maintenance team has already begun to remove it and the NYPD is conducting an investigation.” (Alec Tabak/for New York Daily News)

“Our maintenance team has already begun to remove it and the NYPD is conducting an investigation.”

By noon, much of the paint had been removed.




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