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California Man Charged With Hate Crimes Over Threats to Jews

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On Thursday, a man from California pleaded not guilty to hate crimes involving serious threats to leaders in the Jewish community:

A Southern California man pleaded not guilty Thursday to hate crimes after prosecutors said he threatened prominent members of the Jewish community and had a “kill list” that included the names of people in the entertainment industry. . .

Police arrested [Nicholas] Rose at his home Tuesday after saying they found “kill lists” of prominent Jewish community members, steps titled “killing my first Jew,” as well as references to churches and a synagogue in the area.

He also had .22-caliber ammunition, prosecutors said.


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