KVVU FOX 5 News
Written by Craig Huber
and Cyndi Lundeberg
and Jordan Gartner
Mar 18, 2016
“My mind went blank. When you look at it, it’s so hard to actually accept that it’s real."
The word "murderer" was etched into Henderson veteran Livio Waits' truck on March 17, 2016. (Livio Waits)HENDERSON, NV (FOX5)
A local veteran believes he was the victim of a hate crime after an incident took place Thursday morning.
Livio Waits, an Iraq war veteran, awoke to find the word “murderer” etched into the side of his truck.
"You know, when I first saw it, it was hard to wrap my head around it," Waits said.
Waits was a sniper and his truck has veteran license plates. He believes his truck was defaced by someone who opposed the war.
"I didn't even put it together what the word meant at first, but then it all just hit me like a wave," said Waits.
The Iraq war veteran, who works at Battlefield Las Vegas, said it’s hard to imagine why someone he put his life on the line for would treat him like this.
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