Ballheaded Nazi Goofball Puts Hilter's Marks Throughout Illinois

A hate-filled vandal who painted swastikas on roughly 200 gravestones over Memorial Day weekend at a Glen Carbon cemetery was charged last Tuesday with a whopping 22 felonies.
Madison County prosecutors have charged Timothy McLean, 34, of Glen Carbon, with the offenses which include four counts of committing a hate crime.
McLean spray-painted swastikas on the headstones and grave markers at Sunset Hill Memorial Estates cemetery, where 1,300 veterans are buried, and on three churches. A home in the 200 block of Glen Carbon Road and seven residences, five cars and one building at the Sunset Hills Country Club in Edwardsville were also vandalized.
Police said swastikas were also painted on the siding of homes and the garage doors of several nearby homes!
McLean is charged with three counts of institutional vandalism for painting swastikas on the churches, identified in court documents as St. James Lutheran Church, St. Cecilia Catholic Church and the Glenview Church of the Nazarene, all in Glen Carbon.
The hate-crime and institutional vandalism charges say he committed the crimes “by reason of the actual or perceived race, color, creed, religion, ancestry, gender, sexual orientation or national origin of another individual or group of individuals.”
Neither police nor court documents explained why McLean spray-painted the swastikas, or if there was a link to Memorial Day.
McLean also is charged with violating the Cemetery Protection Act, and with 14 counts of criminal damage to property for damaging the homes, vehicles and country club building.
The vandalized headstones at the cemetery were discovered May 26 about 7:15 a.m. Cemetery crews and volunteers helped clean the defaced headstones.
McLean is locked up at the Madison County Jail in lieu of $200,000 bail.
 
 

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