Jew-Hatred Strikes AGAIN, This Time in West Palm Beach
On Saturday, January 15th, two men in masks were caught projecting a Nazi swastika and other hateful messages such as “why does the FBI protect Jewish pedophiles” onto the AT&T building off of Gardenia street in downtown West Palm Beach.
The two individuals projected the images from a rented truck parked in a garage across the street from the building. This went on for about a half hour. West Palm Beach police received numerous calls about the hateful messages.
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Swastika Display: Police started receiving calls about the hateful message on Saturday night. https://t.co/IaikbVJ5Ny pic.twitter.com/eD4o8kGCOx
— WPEC CBS12 News (@CBS12) January 16, 2023
Another antisemitic incident occurred over the weekend in Boca Raton. According to WPTV, the two incidents are related. The two individuals refused to cooperate with the police. No arrests have been made.
Jew-Hatred Strikes In Boca Raton
In Boca Raton, antisemitic flyers were left in people’s driveways.
Police turned the case to the state attorney’s office to see if any laws had been broken.
Rep Mike Caruso says the answer is no. The laws are not strict enough. They leave too much gray area, so he is filing legislation to state what constitutes an antisemitic hate crime precisely. Currently, crimes such as those over the weekend are being considered misdemeanors and treated as any other incident of vandalism or graffiti, which it isn’t. Rep Caruso’s bill in drafting stipulates that such crimes are criminalized as third-degree felonies.
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