Someone spray painted “KKK” on the garage door of the home of former Edmonton Eskimos player Craig Ellis last week.
Ellis is a former CFL and NFL running back. He played for the Eskimos from 1989 to 1995.
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His daughters say they were shocked to discover the vandalism.
“Somebody might not have died here but it sure was humiliating standing outside and watching people drive by and your garage has KKK on it,” Brittani Ellis said.
“It makes you feel like you’ve got your clothes off in the middle of the street.
“Even on a small degree that we saw it here, it’s big enough for us that we wanted to talk about it and say: this isn’t OK, let’s use this as a teachable moment and let’s be nicer to each other.”
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Hateful graffiti found on former Edmonton Eskimo’s garage door
Hateful graffiti found on former Edmonton Eskimo’s garage door – Sep 26, 2017
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