No Charges for Vandalizing Chick-Fil-A

L.A. County’s district attorney decided not to press charges, explaining in its letter rejecting prosecution: 

“The suspect has acknowledged his wrongdoing and offered to make restitution. Finally, the record does not establish the suspect was motivated by religious hatred.”

Good for everyone who supported Manuel's efforts to denounce homophobia via graffiti! 



  1. He should be sent to jail. The owners of this Chick-fil-A are not responsible for the beliefs of the founder of the chain.


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