Portraits of Hitler and a swastika in the house in Queens explained the «historical lessons»

Portraits of Hitler and a swastika in the house in Queens explained the «historical lessons»

City Commission of new York on human rights began an investigation regarding the condominium in Sunnyside, Queens.

We will remind, building Manager «decorated» hall of many posters, including portraits of Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, a swastika, and flags of the Confederacy. In fairness it should be noted that there are portraits of Martin Luther king, and Abraham Lincoln, but residents unpleasantly surprised first of all Nazi and fascist leaders.

Portraits of Hitler and a swastika in the house in Queens explained the «historical lessons»

As the member of the city Council Jimmy van Bramer, the Commission’s investigators will find out whether in this situation the prosecution on a national basis.

«Many tenants believe that the building created a hostile environment. They are afraid of prosecution and violence,» said the New York Daily News van Bramer.

In accordance with the city legislation on human rights it is illegal to harass or create a hostile environment for tenants on the basis of race, religion or immigration status.
«The Commission new York human rights will fight with those who believe that they are above the law,» — said the Deputy high Commissioner for human rights Hollis Pfitc.

Nick Milano, managing condominium, declined to comment. His lawyer said that the posters are meant to «lessons in history» and not propaganda.

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