Report: Natick Man Receives Racist Death Threats Referencing Trump’s Victory
A Natick man says he’s received racist, threatening letters on his doorstep referencing President-Elect Donald Trump as reason to stop bringing non-whites around the neighborhood.
The error-laden hate mail was reported to Natick police and posted on Facebook.
— i have died (@ChrisCaesar) November 13, 2016
The first note, received November 10, was handwritten:
HEY LOOSER SHORTIE
WE HAVE JUST CLEARED THE WHITE HOUSE OFF NIGGERS!!!!
DO NOT BRING NIGGERS IN OUR NEIGHBORHOOD—YOU FUCK LATINOS NOW YOU FUCK NIGGERS. WE KILL THEM.
NATICK IS STRICTLY WHITE.
The second letter, received November 11, was typed:
This is a serious warning. Natick has a zero tolerance for black people.
All the neighborhood is complaining about the in and out of these people these days.
We tolerated the latinos now you are going total black. This trash belong to Dorchester. We have reclaimed our country back by selecting Trump and you are messing up everything. Our kids and our pets are scared to death.
This is the 2rd warning.
You do not want what happened on Elm str yrs back to happen to your house??????
Please make sure to get rid of those trash before a 3rd warning..
The letters are just one of several incidents of racial aggression since Trump’s upset victory over Democratic challenger Hillary Clinton. A rash of swastikas and other racist graffiti celebrating Trump’s win began appearing as early as the day after Election Night, while a USPS worker in Cambridge reportedly hurled racist insults at a Hispanic man, declaring, “This is Trump land.”
Natick Superintendent Peter Sanchioni and other school officials have condemned the death threats in a letter to the community, and said the district will continue to provide support for students affected by the election.
“We stand at the ready to ensure that no person will be mistreated, discriminated against, or excluded based on gender, race, class, religion, ethnicity, sexual orientation, gender identity, learning style, abilities, or political party,” officials wrote.