(FOX 25 / MyFoxBoston.com) – Vandals targeted an office at Boston College Law School where a lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transsexual student group meets.
Homophobic words were scrawled on the walls of the office. According to the Boston Globe, it was discovered Tuesday morning when students returned from the long weekend. The office and the building doors were unlocked.
A law school spokesman said the words written on the walls of the Lambda office consisted of a "wide range of offensive terms and phrases."
Lambda is a gay rights organization, and the Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund is often involved in court cases fighting for the civil rights of the LGBT community.
Boston College police are investigating.
Read more: The Boston Globe
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