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Actived: Friday Mar 5, 2021
Sovereign Citizen Funny Money Not So Humorous For Victims
• Hermosa Beach, California, April 2017. Tax protesters Sean and Melissa Morton were convicted of conspiracy, false claims and multiple counts of passing bogus financial instruments, typically using bogus “coupons” and “bonds” to pay off IRS debts. • Minneapolis, Minnesota, December 2016.
Anti-Defamation League | ADL Presents: The People vs
ADL is proud to be a Community Host for the screening of The People vs. Fritz Bauer at the 27th Annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival. Based on actual events, this historical thriller depicts how one man overcame significant obstacles and personal risks to hold one of Germany’s most notorious criminals accountable for war crimes.
2014 Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents - Anti-Defamation League
The ADL Audit recorded 363 cases of anti-Semitic vandalism in 2014, up from 315 in 2013. Vandalism incidents are individually evaluated by ADL and are categorized as anti-Semitic based on the presence of anti-Semitic symbols or language; the identity of the perpetrator(s), if known; and the target of the vandalism and its proximity to Jewish homes, communities and institutions.
Anti-Defamation League | ADL Audit: Anti-Semitic Incidents
New York, NY, March 30, 2015 … The total number of anti-Semitic incidents in the United States increased by 21 percent in 2014 in a year marked by a violent anti-Semitic shooting attack targeting Jewish community buildings in Kansas and anti-Jewish expressions linked to the war in Gaza.
Anti-Defamation League | ADL AUDIT: IN 2014 ANTI-SEMITIC
Deltona, Florida: A teenager’s car had a bumper sticker with Israeli and American flags scratched off. The word “JEW” was carved into the side of the car and two tires were slashed. (June) Lakewood, New Jersey: Swastikas were spray painted on playground equipment in a common area frequented by Orthodox Jewish residents. (September)