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Two men, Paul Beebe, 27, and Jesse Sanford, 25, pleaded guilty Tuesday before a San Jaun County jury in the April 29, 2010 attack of Vincent Kee, a 22-year-old Navajo man who suffers from fetal alcohol syndrome.
Beebe and Sanford, along with a third man, William Hatch, were accused of branding a swastika on the arm of Kee, along with drawing degrading pictures, sexual and racial on him.
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The words on his neck appear to say white power,.
Two McDonald's employees who are accused of branding a swastika on the arm of a Navajo man with mental disabilities but deemed the act merely a prank face more than eight years in prison.
The cases against Paul Beebe, 27, and Jesse Sanford, 25, will not be presented before a San Juan County jury after the men both pleaded guilty Tuesday in district court under an Alford plea
Branding the swastika "was not done hatefully to show power over a weaker person," she wrote.
"The drawings on Vincent were a joke," she said. "They were not done out of a deep-seated hate or to bully him."
His tattoos, she said, were copies of Beebe's deceased older brother, who was a white supremacist and whom he idolized.