A Second Man Accused of Hanging an Antisemitic Banner on a Florida Highway Overpass Is Arrested
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) A second man accused of hanging antisemitic banners on a Florida highway overpass has been arrested and charged with violating a new state law that makes it a crime to display images on a structure without permission.
The law was passed earlier this year in response to distribution of antisemitic literature and the projection of racist and antisemitic words on buildings.
The man was arrested near Gainesville on Sunday by the Alachua County Sheriff's Office, according to a Florida Department of Law Enforcement news release. Another man was arrested last week in Cape Canaveral. Both are charged with criminal mischief.