In two separate incidents at religious sanctuaries, hate-spewing vandals scrawled white supremacist symbols on a historic church uptown and a synagogue in lower Manhattan, sources said. A swastika was found Thursday morning plastered onto the St. Paul and St. Andrew Methodist Church in the Upper West Side, according to police sources. Later on Thursday, it...
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