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Residents of the city of Renton have noted that the turtles in the popular Gene Coulon Park have just over a month

Turtles in a park in Washington have painted a hastika on their shells for a MONTH, residents claim that authorities are rushing to get the reptiles

  • Residents of the city of Renton have noted that the turtles in the popular Gene Coulon Park have just over a month
  • Regular visitors to the park believe that someone marks the turtles for & # 39; shock value & # 39;
  • Pacific Northwest Regional Director of Anti-Defamation League Miri Cypers said the incident was disturbing and unfortunate
  • Miri noted that the swastikas were drawn in the opposite direction
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Several turtles in a park in Washington have painted swastikas on their shells, which frightened park enthusiasts from such a spiteful act.

Residents of the city of Renton have noted that the turtles in the popular Gene Coulon Park have just over a month.

Local authorities have had to handle various calls from people who are concerned about the message and the safety of the animal.

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Residents of the city of Renton have noted that the turtles in the popular Gene Coulon Park have just over a month

Residents of the city of Renton have noted that the turtles in the popular Gene Coulon Park have just over a month

Regular visitors to the park believe that someone marks the turtles for & # 39; shock value & # 39;

Regular visitors to the park believe that someone marks the turtles for & # 39; shock value & # 39;

Regular visitors to the park believe that someone marks the turtles for & # 39; shock value & # 39;

Regular visitors to the park believe that someone marks the turtles for & # 39; shock value & # 39 ;.

Pacific Northwest Regional Director of Anti-Defamation League Miri Cypers noted that the swastikas were pulled in the opposite direction to how they are normally seen

Pacific Northwest Regional Director of Anti-Defamation League Miri Cypers noted that the swastikas were pulled in the opposite direction to how they are normally seen

Pacific Northwest Regional Director of Anti-Defamation League Miri Cypers noted that the swastikas were pulled in the opposite direction to how they are normally seen

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& # 39; I can't wrap my head around it, & # 39; a resident cried.

Pacific Northwest Regional Director of Anti-Defamation League Miri Cypers said the incident was disturbing and unfortunate, KIRO reports.

& # 39; Although it looks like it was painted in the wrong direction, & # 39; Cypers added.

Authorities and nature personnel have been working to collect the turtles and trace them.

A Saturday rally is planned in the park at 1 p.m. in the hope of & # 39; Rally Against Hate & # 39 ;.

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Rally organizer Chad Cashman-Crane said: "Many of us are upset to see this in our own backyard."

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