Two days after a Columbia University professor found a noose hanging from her office door, the NYPD is investigating anti-Semitic graffiti found in a bathroom stall.
From the NYPD:
ON THURSDAY 10/11/07 AT APPROX. 1130 HRS IN THE FOURTH FLOOR MEN’S BATHROOM OF 2970 BROADWAY, (LEWISOHN HALL, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY), IN THE CONFINES OF THE 26 PRECINCT, A CARICATURE OF A MALE WEARING A YARMULKE ABOVE A SWASTIKA WAS FOUND DRAWN IN BLACK INK ON A BATHROOM STALL DOOR. THE INVESTIGATION IS ONGOING BY THE HATE CRIMES TASK FORCE.
Earlier Thursday, Columbia University officials handed over surveillance tapes of the Teacher’s College building where Professor Madonna Constantine’s discovered the noose.