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Three weeks ago, Aaron Jacobs, an Emergency Medical Technician with the San Francisco Fire Department, was dispatched to the Jewish Home for the Aged in San Francisco’s Mission District.
He will be charged with felony vandalism and hate crimes for the graffiti painted on Burlingame High School.
The police chief condemned the pamphlets but said there would be no investigation, citing First Amendment protection.
The fliers included caricatures of Jews with big hooked noses rubbing their hands together and named the anti-Semitic website the Daily Stormer.