New York yeshiva student writes anti-Semetic graffiti; slanders orthodox Jews

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February 8, 2014 07:07

 
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A student from Priority-1: Torah Academy in New York was charged on crimes of vandalizm on Thursday and later admitted to the accusations, according to foreign media reports.

The 18 year old used a marker to write slandering statements in eight seperate incidents since as far back as 2012 as reported by police.

The yeshiva is a school catering particularly to at-risk teenage boys.

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