Chasidish Man Attacked In Hate-Fueled Brooklyn Attack

It was reported to police that on Monday, July 5, 2021 at 1135 hours in front of 100 Martin Luther King Jr. Place, the victim, a 25-year-old male wearing traditional Jewish garb was approached by an unidentified male who made an anti-Jewish statement, punched the victim in the chest and then broke a piece of furniture and threw it at the victim, striking him in his back. The unidentified male fled on foot. The victim suffered pain to his back and chest, however, he refused medical attention. The investigation by the NYPD Hate Crime Task Force is ongoing.
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A man spewed anti-Semitic hate at a Jewish passer-by before punching the victim in the chest and tossing a piece of furniture at him in Brooklyn, cops say.

The 25-year-old victim was walking on Martin Luther King Jr. Place near Marcy Avenue in Bedford-Stuyvesant wearing traditional Jewish garb at 11:35 a.m. Monday when a stranger approached him and snarled, “F-ing Jew, why are you coming into my neighborhood?”

Video released by police late Thursday shows the suspect grabbing a piece of furniture left on the street, smashing it on the ground and picking up a broken fragment as the victim walked behind him on the sidewalk.

The attacker is then shown turning around and running toward the victim before the clip cuts off.

The suspect punched the victim in the chest and chucked the furniture fragment at his back, cops said. The attacker bolted after the attack and remains at large.

Read more at NY Post.




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