"It comes down to a complete lack of respect for other people, it's evident in what's going on throughout the country and it think it all comes from ignorance," said Art del Cueto.The broken windows are all boarded up. Surveillance footage from a nearby business has been turned over to the Sheriff's detectives.The Union is also getting quotes for a security camera.12 miles away at the Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Arizona or CLEAA, windows were also broken. Pieces of glass were sticking out from the security bars.Just after midnight on Saturday, an article appeared on the website, anarchistnews.org.It explained why the organizations were vandalized.The following statement is a part of the explanation given on the anarchistnews.org:"The police union was targeted for being a police union.""Border patrol.....for their role in the ongoing occupation of indigenous lands, their contribution to countless deaths and untold suffering in the desert....."Del Cueto said he's never heard of the group, and in his opinion, their message is hate-filled and sad."Hopefully they can catch the people involved just as always wait and see what the wheels of justice can do," Del Cueto said.
He hopes to have security cameras in place by the end of the week.
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