A pair of people involved in spray painting hateful graffiti messages on building included a professionally dressed man in a blazer holding a glass of wine taking a stroll in a upscale neighborhood in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.
Surveillance footage shows two men strolling along a section of Germantown Avenue Friday evening, November 25, where the professional dressed man holding a glass of wine tags along as his accomplice sprays the graffiti.
The person who actually did the damage has not yet been identified, however the man in the blazer has been identified as Assistant City Solicitor Duncan Lloyd. Charges have not been filed as of Wednesday evening, as the city is awaiting more information before taking any administrative action.
Lloyd, 32, is a University of Pennsylvania and Temple’s Beasley School of Law graduate, according to his Linkedin page and makes $63,207 a year, representing the city mostly in federal and state discrimination lawsuits. Strangely enough on his Linkedin page he wrote of the job, “As a result of these responsibilities, I hear the craziest stories – ones regularly driven by the unreasonable mores of lust, anger, passion, and envy.”
According to Philly.com, First Deputy City Solicitor Craig Straw confirmed Lloyd, who has worked for the law department since 2011, is one of two men in the video. “We do not condone this type of behavior from our employees,” Straw said. “To my knowledge, Mr. Lloyd has already contacted the Philadelphia Police and is cooperating with them. We will decide on a course of action once we obtain more information about the investigation.”
Philadelphia is a Democrat stronghold and as expected, they aren’t taking the results of this election well. There have been other incidents of anti-Trump graffiti being reported throughout the city.
Mayor Kenney has denounced the destruction of property, which mirrors similar incidents nationwide.
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