Koch attacked a man he thought was Jewish while yelling, “I want to kill all the Jews.” He was supposed to report to prison a month ago.
Dr. Lara Kollab lost two jobs after hospitals discovered her history of anti-Semitic tweets. Now she’s seeking a medical board hearing.
The man, who has advocated for a white “ethnostate,” told a local reporter he is not a Nazi.
James P. Reardon is an avowed anti-Semite and white nationalist and attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017.
When neighbors reported the smell of gas, the fire department discovered what may have been an attempted arson. The house exploded three days later.
Violence spurred by white nationalism is on the rise and international media is not hesitating to point it out.
When Izmir Koch thought a person he saw outside a restaurant was Jewish, he and his companions attacked him. The victim turned out not to be Jewish.
There were no arrests, injuries or reports of violence.
“Believe me, if there was a way to keep them out we definitely would,” said Montgomery County Commission president Debbie Lieberman.
All 17 Republican House members from Ohio asked the Department of Justice to track anti-Semitic attacks, which it already does.