LA HOTEL OWNERS REFUSE TO FIRE MANAGER FOR WEARING NAZI SHIRT
A petition against a Los Angeles hotel manager who has been seen wearing a Nazi T-shirt has been rejected by the hotel’s owners.
The petition was started earlier this month by two residents of the Soto Hotel, Jeff and Dan, under the hashtag #justiceforjeffanddan.
The tenants complained that manager Antonio Ortega has worn a shirt in hallways and the entrance of the hotel depicting Hitler saluting a swastika.
The two roommates, one of whom identified himself as Jewish and the other as gay, also accused Ortega of threatening to use a gun and of shining a flashlight in a resident’s face.
“There’s no place for hate symbols in Los Angeles or California or the USA in 2017 nearly 2018,” reads their petition.
“It’s time the owners of Soto Hotel to fire him and evict him from the building with a restraining order.”