‘Hitler should have killed you all’: Disgusting moment Brooklyn woman SPITS on Jewish boy, 8, and his two siblings after spewing anti-Semitic bile
Disturbing video captured the moment a woman was caught walking up to three Jewish children in Brooklyn and hurling anti-Semitic abuse before spitting at them and walking away.
The vile incident occurred around 12:30pm on Friday on a Marine Park street lined with private homes. The woman stomped up to an eight-year-old boy playing with two of his younger siblings – aged seven and two – and spewed her invective, according to the video.
‘Hitler should have killed you all. I’ll kill you and know where you live,’ the hateful suspect is said to have yelled, according to the NYPD.
No injuries were reported to police.
A woman approached an eight-year-old boy who was with two of his siblings in Brooklyn and made anti-Semitic statements to them all before spitting on them
Suspect was caught on camera as she approached the children in Marine Park
The woman’s actions were all caught on camera thanks to a nearby surveillance camera.
‘This woman passed by them, yelled at them. Something along the lines of Hitler should have killed you all,’ explained the children’s father, Aryah Fried, に CBS2.
Fried said his eight-year-old son replied to the suspect that he would save his little sister.
‘I have to teach him not to engage. But he engaged. And she came running back. Spat in his face. And told him we will kill you all. I know where you live. And we’ll make sure to get you all next time,’ Fried said.
After approaching the kids, aged seven and two and spitting on them, she turned back and walked off
The woman was seen standing over the children for several seconds while she insulted them
The woman continues to spew insults at the children as she walked down the street in Marine Park, ブルックリン
‘I would hope that she understands the severity of what she did,’ Fried said. ‘To do it to anybody is obviously problematic but for an adult to do it to a child is beyond crazy.’
Police are still on the lookout for the suspect, who is believed to be in her 20s, about 5-foot-3 and 140 pounds with long, straight, black hair.
She was last seen wearing an orange hoodie, black leggings and black Ugg-style boots.
‘We also teach our kids to look out for people that look like moms when they feel unsafe. And this woman looks like a person that might have been a safe looking person for the kids. そう, what do we tell them now?’ one person said to CBS.
Posters have been plastered on lampposts around the neighborhood in the hope someone might recognize her.
The NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the incident.
The woman turned around and walked off as if nothing had happened after her verbal assault
The suspect was completely unawares her actions were all caught on crystal clear video
The attack is the latest in a string of violent incidents and rising crime rates across New York that is exasperating police and residents.
Violent crimes are already up across the board in the Big Apple this year, with murders up by 33 percent when compared to the same period last year up until January 9, with eight murders alone in the last week.
Overall crimes are also up by 30 percent through January 9, 警察によると.
The rate of robberies, 彼女は騒音に目覚め、ベッドのふもとで暴行を受けた人物を見たので、彼女は大規模な緊急手術が必要でした。, and assaults have also increased.
The reasoning behind the increase can be attributed to a combination of lax bail reforms and lack of police.
まだ, the new Manhattan District Attorney, Alvin Bragg, has vowed to take an even softer touch on criminals.
His office said they will not seek prison or jail time for suspects or offenders unless there is no other option.
He will also downgrade some felonies, like armed robbery, to petit larceny.
以来 2020, crime in New York has soared thanks to a combination of lax bail reforms and lack of police