Fake Hate Crime? Suspects Wanted In Swastika Graffiti In Brooklyn Heights

The NYPD has released photos of two suspects wanted for defacing a Brooklyn Heights neighborhood with swastikas just before midnight on the eve of Halloween. Looking at the picture however, it`s obvious that the suspects are not “white supremacists”, which leads to the question of whether this was in fact a religiously motivated hate crime or was it faked in order to be inflame tensions after the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting?

We`ve documented plenty of fake hate crimes in the past and we`ve also noted that antisemitism has been made mainstream by the left, so either scenario is a possibility. This is the second incident in less than a week in which a person of color has been accused of antisemitic graffiti in New York. James Polite was arrested Friday and charged with vandalism as well as arson in several different incidents. For some reason these stories are not national news.

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