A high school football team forced to end their season early after racist grafitti appeared on one player’s home, spent Tuesday at Gillette Stadium.
In November, the family of a high school football player claimed they were the victim of a hate crime.
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There is plenty of soul-searching to be done in the wake of the disturbing news out of Lunenberg, where law enforcement officials now say the focus of their probe into the spray-painting of racist graffiti on the home of a mixed-race family has shifted away from the town’s football team to the family themselves.
The investigation into who spray painted a home with racial graffiti last month has turned toward the family who lives there.
Parents of football players met with Lunenburg Police Tuesday to discuss moving forward after the team cleared in a racial graffiti case targeting one of the team’s players.
Lunenburg police announced Monday that there is no conclusive evidence that anyone on the high school football team is linked to racist graffiti sprayed on the home of a player last month.
People in Lunenburg are starting to rally around the football team after its season came to an early end.
The parents of a Lunenburg football player who was the target of a hate crime, say they feel like they’ve been lied to since day one.
Hundreds of residents attended a candlelight vigil Sunday night at the Town Common to protest racist graffiti sprayed on the home of a Lunenburg High School football player.