The three girls who allegedly committed an anti-Semitic act in California, and the woman who drove them, should be prosecuted, one Pikesville Patch reader said.
"Prosecute them and the mother for a hate crime," said Victoria Minkov on Pikesville Patch's Facebook page. That comment got two 'likes.'
According to a report in Chatsworth Patch in California, the prank included dog feces on the porch of a home, as well as swastikas and the word 'Jew' written in maple syrup along the home's walkway.
In the poll attached to the story on Pikesville Patch, the first vote cast blames the alleged incident on the woman who allegedly drove the girls to the home.
Whose fault do you think it is? Vote in the Pikesville Patch poll, or post your opinion in the comments, below.
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You still have until 9 a.m. Friday to vote! To participate, visit the poll.