Man Sentenced for White Supremacist Graffiti

KTLA 5 News
Article Source: KTLA 5 News

Article Source: KTLA 5 News

  • Daniel Alec Hotte, of Dana Point, Calif., has been sentenced to 180 days in county jail and two years of probation for federal vandalism and felony hate crime charges.
  • Hotte pleaded guilty to spraying white supremacist graffiti over the “Poderosas” mural in Costa Mesa, dedicated to honoring strong Latina women, including civil rights leader Dolores Huerta and local heroine Modesta Avila.
  • In October 2022, Hotte was witnessed scratching out names on the mural and adding white supremacist phrases. He fled the scene but was later arrested for the incident.  Read More

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