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Anti-Semitic vandalism in Baltimore

October 5, 2008

In the wee hours of Sunday morning, October 5, 2008, somebody spray-painted anti-Semitic Nazi-themed graffiti on signs at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation and Beth Tfiloh Community School, which is about a mile away.

The Jewish members of the two institutions spent two days worrying about who perpetrated this hate crime, but all questions were answered on Tuesday when Baltimore County Police arrested three Jewish teenagers.

The culprits were 19-year-old Matthew Saunders, whose family worships at Baltimore Hebrew, 19-year-old Daniel Diaz, and a 17-year-old whose name was not released because he's a minor. Good luck explaining this incident to your family members who survived the Holocaust, guys. I'm guessing that will be an ugly conversation.

How were they caught? Turns out a cop saw them driving out of the Beth Tfiloh Community School parking lot at three in the morning and naturally wondered what the hell they were doing there. He took note of the car, and consequently was all set when the vandalism was reported the next day.

Common theme in all bogus hate crimes? The overall lack of intelligence of the perpetrators.

(It's interesting that even though this bogus hate crime was perpetrated by Jews, the ADL nevertheless lists it on their 2008 Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents. Makes you wonder how many other incidents listed on their audit are bogus.)


10/6/08 - WBAL-TV - Signs Vandalized At Pikesville Synagogues

10/7/08 - - 3 Arrested For Anti-Semitic Writing At Synagogues

10/10/08 - Baltimore Magazine - Story of Anti-Semitism in Pikesville Takes Shocking Twist

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