Seattle police are investigating hate graffiti found at the Georgetown offices of a Seattle community group whose most prominent member, 11-year-old Marcelas Owens, stood as a symbol for health care reform.
Members of the Washington Community Action Network who arrived at their offices Sunday morning to plan a May 1 march found the tires of a Honda Civic slashed and the words "Rahowa 88" written on the car's window.
The Anti-Defamation League said Rahowa means "racial holy war" and that 88 means "Heil Hitler."
The vandals struck sometime Saturday night or Sunday morning.
Leaders of Washington CAN! said the incident strengthens their resolve.
A police spokesman said department's bias crimes unit will review the case.