Kosher Market Targeted in Jersey City Shooting

Stand for Israel  |  December 12, 2019

Screen capture of a New Jersey shooting on NBC.

Six people were killed, including a police officer, three bystanders and the two gunmen, in a gunfight that culminated at a Jersey City, N.J., Jewish kosher market earlier this week. At least one of the gunmen had posted anti-Semitic and anti-police hate online prior to the attack.

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