|Published:||Jul 16, 2010 11:23 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Jul 16, 2010 8:23 PM EDT|
NORTH NAPLES - Fla. - A Southwest Florida woman says she was a political target.
Terri Parr is a member of the 912 project, an organization similar to the tea party. On Wednesday, she found her suv vandalized at the Mercato. Someone had keyed profanities into her paint, ripped off her 912 project signs and destroyed her bumper stickers.
"I would never, never think of doing this to someone, ever," says Parr.
Parr can't believe that because she supports the U.S. Constitution it made her a target of vandalism.
"I think its my 1st Amendment right to have that on there and I think its interesting that's why I got vandalized," says Parr.
But, Parr says this violation of property won't stop her from exercising her right to free speech.
"I'm not intimidated," says Parr. "My message is that I support the constitution and I'm not going to let some ignorant person take that away from me."
The Collier County Sheriff's Office dusted Parr's suv for fingerprints. They have not made any arrests.
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