NYPD: 'Do The Right Thing' Spray Painted On Brooklyn Home Days After Spike Lee Rant
Police are investigating after someone spray painted "Do The Right Thing" - the title of a movie Lee directed in 1989 - on 164 Washington Park in Fort Greene. The home is next to Lee's former residence; his jazz musician father still lives there. CBS 2's Jessica Schneider reports.
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