NJ man who fire-bombed rabbi’s home convicted of terrorism

By JTA
May 30, 2016 08:12

 
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 A 24-year-old New Jersey man was found guilty of terrorism for vandalizing Jewish temples and firebombing a rabbi’s residence four years ago.

A jury cleared Anthony Graziano of Lodi, New Jersey of several attempted murder charges and one count of aggravated arson but convicted him of terrorism — the most serious offense — and 19 other charges connected with Graziano’s actions.


Graziano showed no emotion as the jury’s verdict was read Friday afternoon in state Superior Court in Hackensack, the news site NorthJersey.com reported. He faces 30 years to life in prison on the terrorism charge alone when he is sentenced on July 22.


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