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U.S. Secret Service agents Tuesday were seen exiting the home of an Inland Empire resident after he hung an effigy of President Obama from a noose as a Halloween decoration.

The controversial display got wider attention once a video was posted on YouTube of the dummy hanging outside Eddie Million’s Moreno Valley house.

CBS2′s Jeff Nguyen spoke to Million in his first TV interview.

“It’s not political. It’s not racist. It was not anything. It was just a mask,” Million said. “We got cheap and we made dummies, and zombies and stuff like that — and that’s it. I mean, I didn’t do anything wrong. I don’t want to apologize to anybody because I didn’t do it intentionally to offend anybody. I mean, if we did, I’m sorry we offended somebody.”

Source: CBS Los Angeles

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