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  |  July 20, 2019

    Did Police Downplay Williamsburg Attack on Chassidic Boy?

    Williamsburg residents are wondering why the NYPD chose to downplay an assault of a young Chassidic boy, only presenting it as a robbery. Full Story, Video

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    crime is falling
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    crime is falling

    remember that crime is falling and every cop needs to do their part to downplay it

    Lol
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    Lol

    “A bitere gelechter”…

    Government Fails
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    Government Fails

    One can make many egregious errors in government, and still remain in business. In private business there is competition.
    Government is silly child’s play.

    sad reality....
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    sad reality....

    Willy is a strong community and they need to put all pressure to check this case again for the potential hate crime.

    Anti American
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    Anti American

    The NYC Police Department is Anti- American.
    ‘One Nation, Under Gd, Indivisible, With Liberty and Justice for All.’
    Move them to N. Korea.

    Derech Eretz kadma ltorah
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    Derech Eretz kadma ltorah

    I was a victim when at the age of 7 if I recall correctly in 1978 visiting crown heights from shlochis in California my friend let me ride their bike and at the corner of crown and Troy three blacks from the next block blocked my path and robbed the bike from a seven year old The owner of the bike had a reaction of “no big deal it isn’t really valuable” years later while in yeshiva in Los Angeles at the age of 10 and 11 locals tried to steal bikes and stole bikes both While I was on… Read more »

    I agree
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    I agree

    You write clearly, reasonably and calmly. In any large (or not so large) city, in many neighborhoods (even with NO Jewish people involved, things like this happen frequently. Expensive things are an easy target for theft when owned by young kids and there’s no adult available to intervene. Yes, there are many anti-Jewish hate crimes but some of the things I read on here are generic crimes that have nothing to do with our religion.

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