U.S. Homeland Security Investigating Swastika Drawn in Building
Internal email obtained by CNN says "there is no room in the workplace for such symbols of hate".
CNN reported over the weekend that a swastika found on the third floor of a Department of Homeland Security building in Washington has sparked an internal investigation.
CNN anchor Jake Tapper reported that staffers in the Nebrask Avenue Complex in Washington "were notified about the Nazi symbol in an email from Principal Deputy Undersecretary for the Office of Intelligence and Analysis Brian Murphy."
CNN obtained the email which said: "Unfortunately, today a hand drawn swastika was located on the third floor. First, I want to repeat what (Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis David Glawe), the Secretary, and many others in the Department have said in the past: there is no room in the workplace for such symbols of hate. And there is no room in the workplace for those who ascribe to such a thing. I have communicated with USIA Glawe, who is currently in Israel, and he is disgusted by what has happened."