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Oklahoma City man finds swastika cut into grass in front of his home

  • An Oklahoma man, Stan Sells, found a swastika cut into the grass in front of his home and believes a neighbor he has a long-running dispute with is responsible.
  • Sells has reported the incident to Oklahoma City police and the FBI, but the FBI declined to classify it as a hate crime due to First Amendment protection.
  • The swastika symbol is regarded as "the most significant and notorious of hate symbols" expressing anti-Semitism and white supremacy, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
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