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  1. A huge number of Americans want justice for Tyre Nichols, but a great many of us are also opposed to graffiti. A positive message doesn’t make it any better. While I’m here, may I take this opportunity to complain about all the graffiti on buildings seen only or best from CTA and Metra trains in Evanston? There’s one especially bad place on a long building just north of Main, east of the CTA tracks. There are no positive messages in this graffiti. It looks like Evanston and many building owners are acquiescing to the gangs and vandals. Why isn’t there a crackdown and cleanup? What do people have to do to get rid of it and keep it off?

  2. Obviously normal people want justice for crime victims, but how does defacing private property in a city 500 miles away in a different state advance that cause?