Foy law offices are the kind of law offices that you’d expect to find in the suburbs, and yet you’re not really going to find them.
If you’re looking for one of the city’s premier law offices, chances are good that you’ve stumbled across a Foy lawyer.
Foy lawyers specialize in representing the interests of their clients in a wide range of legal matters.
Some specialize in criminal law, others in domestic violence cases, and some in family law, according to the Foyle law office website.
But they are also known for their attention to detail.
Foyle is a law office that specializes in complex cases that can include child custody, spousal abuse, medical issues and more.
So it’s no surprise that Foy has been the target of a growing amount of hate.
One Foy attorney posted a picture on Facebook with the caption “We will not tolerate hate.
If your a foy, we will make you an Foy.”
A few days later, another posted a photo of himself holding a sign that read “Foy, your job is to stand up for the voiceless.”
The backlash started quickly, and by Wednesday, several dozen members of the FOY community had left a comment on the Facebook post to express their disgust and frustration with the vitriol.
The post was shared more than 10,000 times by Wednesday evening, with many people saying they were outraged by the vitriolic comments and the vitriols directed at Foy’s employees.
“This is a hate campaign against a law firm,” Foy resident Julie Bierman told ABC News.
“I’m an Foyle resident and I don’t think we’re being targeted, but people are targeting us.
This is a very toxic environment.”
The hateful remarks came from a variety of people, including a Facebook user who called Foy a “hate office” and posted a message about “the need to kill Foy” and “why you shouldn’t hire Foy people.”
Foy is a predominantly white, largely white suburb of Denver, and the community has long had a reputation for being one of its most hostile communities.
Biermann told ABC affiliate KUSA-TV that many of the comments that were posted on Facebook are very similar to those she has seen on social media, including posts with racist and sexist messages, along with other derogatory terms.
“There’s a lot of hate being expressed,” Bierm said.
“It’s really sad.”
Some Foy residents have also filed a complaint with the Denver Police Department alleging racial harassment and threatening behavior, and they have received threats on social networks including Twitter.
The Foy Police Department confirmed that an investigation has been opened, and officers are looking into the matter.
Byerman said that her fear for her safety is why she and other residents are calling for a boycott of the law office.
“People need to know that this is not OK,” Biersman said.
In a statement to ABC News, the FFO said the posts were posted by a person with an inappropriate intent and did not reflect the opinions of the office or its employees.
It said the person is no longer employed by the office.
The office also noted that they have a “zero tolerance” policy for hate and violence, and that the hate directed at the office is “completely unacceptable.”
“We are aware of these claims, and have taken swift and decisive action to identify and address the individuals responsible,” the statement reads.
“We want to emphasize that we will continue to be a place where all of our employees, staff, and community members can work together, regardless of their race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, or other protected characteristics.”
The office did not immediately respond to ABCNews.com’s request for comment.
It is not known how many Foy employees have received hate messages.
In response to the recent violence, Foy City Councilmember Joe Tait released a statement on Thursday night condemning the vitriolia, saying it “must end.”
“I know it’s difficult to believe that this type of vitriol and hate has taken hold,” Tait said.
The city has been under attack for a number of weeks, as members of Foy, the city and other areas of the state have been targeted by a series of violent incidents and vandalism.
Earlier this week, a car was torched outside of the Boulder City Hall building, and people were arrested in an armed robbery at a local grocery store.
On Friday, the Boulder County Sheriff’s Department said two people were wounded in a shooting near the University of Colorado campus in Colorado Springs.
Earlier in the week, police in Colorado received a tip that a man in a black pickup truck was armed and threatening to shoot a student, and authorities responded to the area of E. 10th Street and S. Colorado Boulevard.
The truck had a bullet hole in the front windshield, according the police report.
Earlier on Friday, a shooting broke out in a parking lot outside the University City Mall in