Apr 13, 2011

Re: Jewish Man Arrested in Synagogue Bombing


From: James Sanchez <>
Date: Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 12:33 AM

Although much of American industry has been outsourced, the hate crime hoax industry continues to grind out new fake hate crimes every day. Many of these faked hate crimes target Jews and their synagogues: generally speaking, the hate crime hoaxers targeing synagogues are Jews.

Here in Washington state, almost $100 million was provided to Jewish institutions to increase their security. The network, called Safe Washington, fortified every Jewish facility and embedded them in networks of security cameras. BTW, Safe Washington protects only Jews.

So, a few months ago there was a terrible hate crime at a synagogue. The local breatheless reporters decried a swastika and vague slurs. Then it turned out that it was the third such graffiti attack on the small community of Mercer Island in three days. The first time was an elementary school. the second time was a Catholic church, where slogans included hate of Christians and Asians. The third day was at the synagogue--only after a couople days of reporting on the synagogue emergency were the two earlier incidents reported.

And then the surveillance systems at the synagogue identified a suspect: A jewish college student and two unidentified juveniles. And suddenly the daily emergency news reports disappeared and in all the months since, not a single word has appeared in Seattle media.

Here is yet another one.



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in case you're wondering, his name's Ron Hirsch....

Synagogue bombing suspect is arrested in Ohio near another synagogue

April 12, 2011 |  6:33 am

Ron HirschA man suspected in the explosion last week next to a Santa Monica synagogue was arrested in Ohio late Monday after someone noticed him at another synagogue in Cleveland Heights.

Sources told the Los Angeles Times that Ron Hirsch, 60, was arrested near a Chabad House in the Ohio city. He is accused of setting off a large explosive device at the Santa Monica Chabad House on Thursday.

The FBI said Hirsch fled Los Angeles on a Greyhound bus after the explosion. He was believed headed to New York, where he has relatives. But authorities said Hirsch may have gotten off the bus elsewhere.

On Monday afternoon, the FBI released images from a surveillance camera at a Greyhound station in Denver, which showed Hirsch walking through the building and standing at a counter.

Subject#2It was unclear whether he took a bus from Colorado to Ohio. Authorities stressed late Monday that the investigation was ongoing and that additional details would be released as they became available.

Hirsch is believed responsible for last week's blast that sent a 300-pound metal pipe encased in concrete crashing through the roof of a home next to the synagogue, on 17th Street near Broadway. No one was injured.

Authorities first said the blast was accidental but later determined that explosives had been used.

Law-enforcement sources told The Times that the explosive contained gunpowder and other materials linked to Hirsch. But authorities said they had not determined a motive.

Hirsch, also known as Israel Fisher, was described by authorities as a transient who frequented Jewish synagogues and community centers in search of charity. Among them was the Congregation Bais Yehuda on North La Brea Avenue in Los Angeles.

The FBI; the U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms; the Los Angeles Police Department; the L.A. County Sheriff's Department; and the Santa Monica police and fire departments were investigating the incident.

ABC News quoted a rabbi in Cleveland Heights as saying Hirsch was seen inside his synagouge.

"A fellow in our community spotted him in the shul on Taylor Road in Cleveland Heights," said Rabbi Sruly Wolf. "The rabbi who spotted him called the Cleveland Heights police, who immediately responded and called the FBI."


 Santa Monica synagogue suspect flees Los Angeles on bus 

FBI releases photos of Santa Monica synagogue bombing suspect

-- Andrew Blankstein and Robert J. Lopez

Photos, from top: Bombing suspect Ron Hirsch. Credit: Santa Monica Police Department. A man believed to be Hirsch at the Denver Greyhound station. Credit: FBI


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