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Sunday, November 4, 2018

Jews attacked in Monsey

A Jewish man was assaulted in an unprovoked attack in Spring Valley on Shabbos, in what Police are investigating as a hate crime.
An Hispanic man driving a taxi stopped his car on South Madison Avenue near Singer Street, got out and approached the Jewish man and his brother walking together.
He started screaming “this is not Jewland and you have no royalties here!”.
The Jewish men ignored the man and continued walking.
The man then exited the American Latina taxi, and walked towards the victim and his brother. He shaped his fingers like a gun and poked it into one of their faces. He then punched him in his stomach and fled after they began screaming.
The Spring Valley Police Department is looking for the suspect and being assisted by Rockland County Sheriff Department.
Chaveirim of Rockland ate adding additional patrols in the area.

2 comments:

Jonny said...

No reason not to head down to new city and the rockland county clerk to get CCW pistol permits! We should all be carrying! Why be sitting ducks??!!
https://thinkingyid.com/2018/10/13/there-is-no-reason-a-jew-has-not-read-this/

Anonymous said...

Maybe you should call Alex Lichtenstein...

NYPD cops pocketed cash bribes to “expedite” pistol permits for members of the Orthodox Jewish community — and a Boro Park Shomrim patrol leader offered another officer a near $1 million payday to keep the scheme going, the feds charged Monday.

A cop in the NYPD’s License Division​ allegedly confessed to the FBI that he and a supervisor accepted payments he called “lunch money” from Alex “Shaya” Lichtenstein, who was hauled into court Monday on bribery and conspiracy charges

Court papers say Lichtenstein was secretly recorded last week bragging about how he had secured 150 gun licenses through his connections in the division but needed a new hookup there following a crackdown.
Alex “Shaya” Lichtenstein is shielded from press while heading out of court.Matthew McDermott

He then offered a whistleblowing cop $6,000 a pop to continue the scheme, using a calculator to show ​that ​another 150 permits would be worth $900,000 in payoffs, court papers say.