Orlando police have beefed up their security after threatening banners were hung at an IN church that warned of an Orlando-style attack during an upcoming concert.
ABC News reports that Orlando police are increasing security for the concert at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts, and that the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been notified of the threat. The church had hosted a weekend protest to mark the one-year anniversary President Donald Trump's inauguration.More news: God of War PS4 Release Date Finally Confirmed, New Trailer Released
The Orlando police Department also issued a statement saying, "These hateful racist banners have no place in our community and the West Lafayette Police Department is investigating this as a crime of harassment and felony intimidation". "As always, rely on our residents and visitors to be our eyes and ears in the community".
The second one also referenced Browne, while the other included the date January 23 and the message "die Orlando just like Los Vegas". According to Browne's website, his music is charged with "honesty, emotion and personal politics".
The FBI has been contacted after profane signs were found hanging outside a West Lafayette church.More news: Middlesbrough fan faces courtroom for allegedly urinating…
"We will not allow our embracing of all that is right to be targeted by those who feel empowered to deliver a message of hate, violence and exclusivity", he said.
"They are doing this behind everyone's back and will not admit that they're doing it because they know most of the people in our area do not agree with this and certainly are not on their side", Klinker says.
Authorities in West Lafayette and Orlando have yet to make an arrest in the case. "We showed with Saturday's Resistance Fair, and will again on Wednesday that we are a peaceful and inclusive group that will stridently work for an enlightened populous, and against those who attempt to exclude or threaten others".More news: Bouchard agrees to another Super Bowl date