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CrimeTeens Wanted After Jewish Men Attacked In Williamsburg, Brooklyn

16:31  13 august  2019
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EAST WILLIAMSBURG , Brooklyn (WABC) -- Police in Brooklyn are on the hunt for a group of 11 men they say attacked and robbed two teens . Investigators say the incident happened at approximately 12:15 a. m . on Sept. 23 when an 18-year-old and a 17-year-old were standing in front of

Teens attack man , shout gay slurs in drug deal gone bad. A 9-year-old Orthodox Jewish boy was randomly attacked by a stranger in Brooklyn in what police are investigating as a possible hate crime — the first of two similar incidents that occurred within an hour of each other, authorities said Thursday.

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – The NYPD released new video late Monday night of four teens wanted in a series of violent crimes against Jewish men in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

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Meanwhile, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has instructed the New York State Police Hate Crimes task force to join the investigation.

Three Jewish men, ages 56 to 71, were punched in the face between 5 and 6 a.m. Monday. Two of the victims had to be taken to the hospital.

The suspects also allegedly rummaged through their pockets, but nothing was stolen.

“After every crime, if you take a look, that has been committed here, there is a meeting with zero results,” community activist Isaac Abraham said.

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A black fashion student says he was brutally attacked by a gang of Hasidic men who shouted anti-gay slurs at him while he was walking through Williamsburg Taj Patterson, 22, was headed home to Fort Greene around 4:30 a. m . on Dec. 1 when he says more than a dozen ultra-Orthodox Jewish men

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The first victim was attacked on Ross Street, the second on Clymer Street and then the third on Wythe Place – all within a half mile radius.

Joshua Weiner said he nearly became a victim, too.

“My car is parked in the back, so I went down in the morning – 5, 5:30 – I heard someone running in the basement after me,” he said. “I ran out fast.”

Mayor Bill de Blasio condemned the attacks in a tweet and promised additional patrols.

“The NYPD is investigating these vicious attacks and our Hate Crimes division is on the scene. We’ll be adding additional personnel to patrol the area and keep things safe,” he posted. “If you have any information or were a victim of these attacks, please contact 800-577-TIPS right away.”

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A trio is wanted for attacking and attempting to rob three Jewish men in Williamsburg . Police say the attacks took place around 6:30 a. m . Monday. Surveillance video shows who police believe are the teens behind the crimes. You can see them walking near one of the incidents.

[What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox.]. One video showed a 51-year-old Jewish man being beaten to the ground by three young men , who seemed to select him at random.

The governor also directed the state police to assist the NYPD.

“I am sickened by Monday’s series of assaults on Hasidic Jews in Williamsburg. In New York, we have absolutely zero tolerance for such heinous acts; they are completely unacceptable and are repugnant to our values of diversity and inclusion,” Cuomo said in a statement.

“I am directing the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to immediately provide the NYPD with any resources needed to assist in the investigation of this incident and to ensure those responsible are held accountable to the fullest extent of the law.

“Anti-Semitism is a growing cancer that has been injected into the nation’s body but in New York we will continue to stand united and with one voice condemn any and all acts of hatred and intolerance.”

Posters in the area promise up to $2,500 for information.

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