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Police Investigating An Apparent Hate Crime
Ed Forchion's home in Browns Mills, NJ
Forchion said some people mistakenly think he is an atheist, but that's not true.
"To be honest with you I believe in Jesus. I believe that he was a prophet, not the Messiah," he said.
Forchion said his wife is a Christian, and his children attend a Baptist church.
Forchion, who is running for New Jersey governor, has been a vocal advocate for the legalization of marijuana. He said he often has been criticized and sent threats through e-mail.
"Over the years, I've had a couple people give me the finger," he said. "But no one has ever come to my house."
Forchion, who painted over the cross yesterday afternoon, said he is upset at this latest incident, but won't allow it to stifle his views.
"Something like this, it won't silence me," he said. "Because that would be giving in."
Marijuana activist Ed Forchion is vandalized with graffiti on the garage door of his home in Browns Mills, NJ. Forchion, a Rastafarian, believes the vandalism was a response to his religious views. It is being investigated as a hate crime.
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