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Black-owned organization vandalized with Happy Boys image

Ideal NOW — THE SUSPECT IS Getting HELD ON PREVENTATIVE DETENTION. DISCOURAGING. Which is HOW One particular Restaurant Proprietor IN MILFORD IS DESCRIBING THE Recent VANDALISM OF HIS Small business. THE Proprietor OF GREENLEAF Place UP THESE STICKERS… ABOUT TWO Yrs AGISAYING HE STANDS IN SOLIDARITY WITH THE BLACK Lives Make a difference AND Satisfaction Actions. Another person PLEDAC “Happy BOY” AND “GUN” STICKERS ON Prime OFO, <"04:37-04:48 "DESPITE ANY OF OUR DIFFERENCES OF VIEWS OF OPINIONS, EVERYBODY IS WELCOME HERE, BUT THERE IS NO PLACE FOR KIND OF DISCOURAGING OR DISPARAGING SOME OF THE THINGS I'M TRYING TO PROMOTE ON MY OWN PRIVATE BUSISS

Black-owned business vandalized with Proud Boys symbol

A Milford restaurant owner is speaking out about a recent vandalism incident at his business.Greenleaf has two stickers on their door that were defaced. A gun sticker was put on top of a pride flag, and a Proud Boys sticker covered “Black Lives Matter.”Owner Chris Viaud said the original stickers have been up for about two years, and he stands in solidarity with the movements they represent. “Despite any of our differences of views of opinions, everybody is welcome here, but there is no place for that kind of discouraging or disparaging some of the things I’m trying to promote on my own private business,” Viaud said.Viaud said he has received pushback on his stickers, such as vulgar social media comments.

A Milford restaurant owner is speaking out about a recent vandalism incident at his business.

Greenleaf has two stickers on their door that were defaced. A gun sticker was put on top of a pride flag, and a Proud Boys sticker covered “Black Lives Matter.”

Owner Chris Viaud said the original stickers have been up for about two years, and he stands in solidarity with the movements they represent.

“Despite any of our differences of views of opinions, everybody is welcome here, but there is no place for that kind of discouraging or disparaging some of the things I’m trying to promote on my own private business,” Viaud said.

Viaud said he has received pushback on his stickers, such as vulgar social media comments.