Jeffrey Dye, president of the Passaic NAACP chapter, referred to “the Jewish news media” praised Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan.
According to New Jersey police, however, “their alleged crimes were not considered to be bias crimes.”
The three suspects are all adults.
The judge called the group “preposterous,” providing evidence that it’s a continuation of another barred conversion group.
Local police are conducting an investigation, but don’t have much evidence to go on, law enforcement said.
The officer “decided that it would be funny to wear a make-shift Yamaka and parade around the Firehouse with it on and make fun of the Jewish Faith.”
The vandalism is being investigated as a bias incident.
Residents of Brick Township and Mahwah, New Jersey, have effectively tried in the past two years to remove Orthodox Jews from city parks.
“can we please do something about our parks and beaches,” the tweet read. “They are being invaded by the hasidic and orthodox jews and being ruined.
Funeral services will be at Congregation Beth Chaim in Princeton, New Jersey, where the victim, Samantha Josephson, grew up.