‘I live in fear of my life in my own home
‘You will hear prayers coming from my home. I apologize for the noise
Jennifer McLeggan a black nurse shares heartbreaking message on front door of her home alleging years of racial abuse by white neighbors who ‘took blow torch to her home at 3am and threatened to “erase” her’
Jennifer, a single mother from New York, alleged she has suffered racial harassment since moving into the home when she was pregnant
The nurse says her neighbors stalk around her property with guns, throw feces and dead squirrels over her fence and tell her ‘go back to where you come from’
‘They walk around in the back with guns and it was recorded. The police had said I need to be harmed for them to make an arrest,’ Jennifer McLeggan said
Jennifer McLeggan, a black nurse who is also a single mother, wrote that a blow torch had been taken to her home, feces thrown at her property and that her neighbors had threatened to ‘erase’ her. Since cops won’t help her until she is harmed she has written her plight on sheets pf paper past on her front door, in case she is killed
A single mother living in suburban Nassau, part of New York’s Long Island County has cried out for help as she lives in fear of her life following protracted race-tinged harassment from neighbors.
Jennifer McLeggan, a black nurse has shared a heartbreaking message on her front door revealing years of alleged racial harassment by her white neighbors.
McLeggan, a single mother, wrote that a blow torch had been taken to her home, feces thrown at her property. Those her neighbors had even threatened to ‘erase’ her.
She said that this has been the case since she purchased the home in New York and that she has even won a $5,000 judgement from a video she took of the abuse.
‘They are now planting dead squirrels on my property and have told me to go back to where I come from.’ Jennifer wrote.
Unfortunately, police claim she will only get protection if and when she is harmed, the property violation not withstanding.
CCTV shows the harrowing experience of a black nurse being harassed in her home by her white neighbors in Long Island, NY