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Teens cuffed for hate crimes against girl, Jewish boy in Bed-Stuy

Cuffed: Cops arrested two teenagers for alleged hate crimes against Jews in Bedford-Stuyvesant.
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Cops on Thursday arrested two teenagers accused of knocking the hat off the head of a 14-year-old Jewish boy, pushing a girl to the ground, and hurling a pipe at a Bedford-Stuyvesant synagogue on Nov. 3.

Surveillance footage shows the suspects and some other kids gathered outside the Franklin Avenue house of worship between Myrtle and Willoughby avenues at 5:24 pm, when one of the teens grabbed a metal pipe, launched it through a window of the temple, and then ran for it.

And as the group made its escape, one teen allegedly shoved the 10-year-old girl to the pavement, causing minor injuries, cops said.

Authorities later discovered additional footage showing the teens knocking the hat off the boy’s head while investigating the incident, according to police.

Cops slapped one suspect with criminal mischief charges, the other with aggravated harassment, and charged both incidents as hate crimes, according to officials.

Reach reporter Colin Mixson at cmixson@cnglocal.com or by calling (718) 260-4505.
Updated 8:45 am, November 9, 2018
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Reasonable discourse

DraI from France says:
In addition the parents should be slapped with monitory fines for being bad examples .
Nov. 9, 5:04 am
Bkmanhatman from Nubrucklyn says:
There’s kids should be taught anti-thuggery lessons. Don’t be a thug!
Nov. 9, 7:52 am
Benny from Park Slope says:
Gee, I wonder where they they were taught anti-Semitism and hatred, and that this is perfectly acceptable behavior. In their own homes? Naaaahhh. Never. Impossible.
Nov. 9, 9:48 am
Fom Foolery from NYC says:
It's just Tom Foolery. Kids acting like fools for attention. Don't make a mountain out of a mole-hill. Give them a weeks community service and call it a day. If I had to bet, i'll bet the jewish kid has a lot more opportunity and support at home than the black kids. So keep things in perspective.
Nov. 9, 10:15 am
Tom Foolery from NYC says:
That's Tom Foolery (ha, ha).
Nov. 9, 10:16 am
Homey from Crooklyn says:
They dindu nuffin they wuz all honor stoodents
Nov. 9, 10:23 am
Homey is a tool from NYC says:
And yet somehow I'm positive that you also whined about persecution when people were saying that the MAGAbomber is indicative of Trump's toxic rhetoric and garbage-people fanbase.
Nov. 9, 12:26 pm
Hamas Abedin from Hillary’s Place says:
The Liberal Democrats are stoking the flames of anti-semitism with all the anti-Israel talk. In France the anti-semitism is coming from the Muslim immigrants and not from the ethnic French. Liberals are responsible for attacks on the Jewish people with their ‘diversity’ obsession.
Nov. 9, 2:12 pm
Hamas Abedin from Hillary’s Boudoir says:
I voted for Jill Stein, she should be president!! She was so close. She was the female Bernie. (Btw, how do you do those arrow things??)
Nov. 9, 8:05 pm

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