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Anti-Semitic Vandals Hit Riverdale Home Of New York Prosecutor’s Parents

(JTA) — The parents of New York State’s Assistant Attorney General Jenny Michael were attacked with anti-Semitic vandalism.

Michael’s father, former New York City Budget Director Philip Michael, discovered the vandalism Sunday morning on the door to the family’s home in a Riverdale neighborhood of the Bronx.

The word “Jew” was spray painted in large white letters on the black front door while the family was sleeping.

A New York Police Department spokesperson told the New York Post that the incident is being investigated as a hate crime.

“We don’t know who would do such a thing,” Jenny Michael, a former Queens assistant district attorney, told the paper.

Despite the fact that several Jewish families live in the neighborhood, Michael’s house was the only one vandalized, Jenny Michael told the Post.

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