Jha Washington: The FBI has been tasked with investigating last year’s attack on an Indian restaurant in Santa Fe, in the southern US state of New Mexico. In June of last year, the famous Indian restaurant in Santa Fe was vandalized. Its walls were sprayed with racist insults. Santa Fe’s local policy, after a year of investigation, has not filed any charges.
In a statement, the FBI said it was determined to bring to justice those responsible for the attack on the Indian Palace restaurant. Special Agent in Charge Raul Boganda of the FBI’s Albuquerque Division said this crime has attracted significant local and national attention. I would like to thank the Santa Fe Police Department for all the work they have done on this case. He said we are determined to find those responsible for what happened at India Palace and bring them to justice.
Vice President Paul Joy said the Santa Fe Police Department is grateful for all the assistance we have received from the FBI throughout this investigation. “We are committed to continuing our work with the FBI, to ensure that the person or persons responsible for this sabotage are brought to justice,” he said. Based on information gathered during the investigation, the Santa Fe Police have not ruled out that people associated with the restaurant may have been involved in the damage that occurred, the FBI said in a news release.
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