Disgusting Foreigner Just DEFACED Lincoln Memorial… Look What He Did To It That Will PISS YOU OFF

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A foreigner from the Kyrgyz Republic was allowed within the borders of America as a guest.  While here as a guest within the borders of America, 21-year-old Nurtilek Bakirov took it upon himself to use our own currency to deface a presidential monument in Washington.

Using a penny he engraved the letters “HYPT MAEK” into the fifth pillar on the north side of the Lincoln Memorial. Bakirov has been arrested and charged with malicious destruction of property according to police reports.  If he is found guilty and convicted the maximum penalty he faces is 10 years in prison and a $25,000 fine. According to police reports, Bakirov was caught in the act of vandalism so it will be difficult for him to deny.

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Bakirov said “sorry” and then began to walk away, according to the officer. The officer then told Bakirov to stop but the man did not and continued to walk towards another pillar. The officer ordered Bakirov to stop a second time, and he apparently complied.

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Sgt. Anna Rose, a Park Police spokeswoman, said during a news conference Tuesday that Bakirov was a student in the Washington area.

The Kyrgyz Republic, also known as Kyrgyzstan, is a part of the former Soviet Republic in Central Asia that borders western China. The park service is attempting to determine the best course of action in how to fix the historic monument that dates back to 1922 without causing further damage. It is unclear what the words mean. The writing appeared to be Cyrillic and could include a reference to Bakirov’s first name.

Documents filed in D.C. Superior Court indicate the letters “cannot be fully removed,” but could be treated with polish in a process that would cost about $2,000. Workers are removing the graffiti using a “gel-type architectural pain stripper safe for use on historic stone.” They plan to apply treatments until all damage has been removed.

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Conservators tell the local Washington DC Fox News affiliate of the removal of the vandalism –

“We’ll have some different options over the next days and weeks to see what if any course of action there is to take, but until we know what that course of action is we can’t really comment on the level of effort or amount of money that would be involved to do so.”

This is not the first time it has been targeted. Just last month, the Lincoln Memorial was defaced with red spray paint depicting an anti-law message. Photos released from the National Park show expletives writing in red paint followed by the word “law” just inside one of the columns.  In yet another incident back in February, someone wrote cryptic messages in black permanent marker on the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the World War II Memorial, and the D.C. War Memorial.  They also included the words, “Jackie shot JFK.”

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