Moshe Peter Loth may have invented the story that he is a child Holocaust survivor who was interned at the Stutthof concentration camp.
Moshe Peter Loth, who identifies himself as a Holocaust survivor, was born into a Christian German family and was likely never in a Nazi camp.
Flyers posted at the University of Central Florida claimed an anti-Semitism law restricted criticism of “the role of Jews in the United States.”
Principal WIlliam Lawton told a parent: “I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event.”
At the time of Dan Markel’s death, his ex-wife Wendi Adelson had asked for and been denied permission to move with their sons to South Florida.
“I can’t say the Holocaust is a factual, historical event because I am not in the position to do so as a school district employee,” he said last year.
After someone refused to meet him, he texted, “If meeting me for five seconds is not worth the lives of multiple Jews then I have no other option.”
The aide reportedly became very close to the 93-year-old woman and was described as her only friend.
He will soon be sentenced for using money people gave him for investments on gambling, luxury cars and trips.
It comes a day after a 69-year-old man was shot in the leg as he stood outside of another Florida synagogue waiting for daily prayers to begin.