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New Jersey: Man Allegedly Yelled Anti-Semitic Slurs As Police Arrested Him for Stabbing Three Jews

New Jersey: Man Allegedly Yelled Anti-Semitic Slurs As Police Arrested Him for Stabbing Three Jews

New Jersey saw a record high in hate crimes in 2021. 17% of the reported hate crimes were against Jews.

The New Jersey police arrested Dion Marsh, 27, in connection to the attack on three Jews in Lakewood on Friday. He allegedly shouted anti-Semitic slurs at the men.

Marsh faces “three counts of attempted murder, carjacking, weapons charges and bias intimidation.” From The Times of Israel:

The Lakewood Township Police Department said that on Friday at around 1:15 p.m., the suspect assaulted a driver and stole his vehicle in Lakewood, after several other attempted carjackings.

At around 6 p.m., the suspect used the vehicle to ram another victim, who was hospitalized in stable condition, and close to an hour later, stabbed another man in the chest.

Around 8:20 p.m., the suspect ran over a pedestrian in the nearby town of Jackson.

The second two victims were in critical condition, but listed as stable.

Investigators determined that Marsh was responsible for all three criminal acts, police said. He was arrested later on Friday and is being held in Ocean County Jail. Marsh is 27 and from Manchester, New Jersey.

The Anti-Defamation League said Marsh made anti-Semitic comments as the police arrested him. Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer confirmed the bias charge stems from “statements he made to detectives after his arrest.”

Lakewood has a large Orthodox Jewish population. The police promised more patrol after these attacks.

New Jersey witnessed a record high in hate crimes in 2021:

Last year, hate crimes hit a record high in New Jersey, according to a report from the state’s acting attorney general released last week.

Anti-Black and antisemitic crimes were the most common incidents, in line with previous years.

There were 347 reported anti-Jewish crimes in 2021, representing 17% of all hate incidents, the report said.

I looked up “Dion Marsh” on YouTube. The results did not mention anything about his Jewish victims or his anti-Semitic slurs.

Oh, it gets better. Hitting and stabbing people.

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Comments

2smartforlibs | April 11, 2022 at 3:32 pm

Hate like that is taught and it’s not taught by the right.

    If Obama had a son (or had any balls himself).

    Peabody in reply to 2smartforlibs. | April 11, 2022 at 5:48 pm

    Oh come on! The Biden administration has told us in no uncertain terms that the greatest threat in America today is white supremacists.

    AnAdultInDiapers in reply to 2smartforlibs. | April 12, 2022 at 4:17 am

    Hmm. Watch Louis Theroux’s documentaries on American nazis. Hate like that absolutely is taught by the right.

      healthguyfsu in reply to AnAdultInDiapers. | April 12, 2022 at 7:46 am

      Watch Antifa and BLM in the streets….hate like that is taught by fascists with a sense of irony. And those organizations are married to the left.

      “…inflammatory far-right streamers…”

      Violent, hatefilled leftists for some reason put more people in the hospital and the grave.

      Besides, 99% of conservatives totally shun what you might call an American nazis.

      Do the math for a change.

      Those people are not the right. They’re not even a tiny part of the right. There is nowhere on the right where they’re welcome. And if they vote at all, they’re as likely to vote D as R.

      More to the point, their numbers are so small as to be statistically insignificant. A typical “rally” or “demonstration” of theirs draws no more than a dozen people. Many of whom are not locals but the same people who travel around to all the events.

      There can be no comparison between them and the violent hatred fostered on the left, including both black supremacists such as Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan, etc., whose fans are in the hundreds of thousands, who are welcome and honored players in the Democrat Party, and who include dozens of congressmen, and the Black Bloc / Antifa, whose numbers are significant enough to attract hundreds to their demonstrations, and who are at least tolerated in the Dem Party and have some advocates there. And of course BLM, which is a merger of the two and has done so much destruction in the past few years.

      Specifically in terms of antisemitism, it has been well-known and documented for longer than I’ve been alive that the population with the largest percentage of antisemitism is blacks. And of course those of us who live in NYC and its environs know this directly, since the vast majority of violent attacks on us come from black people (with the occasional non-black Moslem for variety).

E Howard Hunt | April 11, 2022 at 3:34 pm

I don’t like this report’s implicit acceptance of hate crimes as a separate category. While I abhor antisemitism, I am just as much against heightened punishment here as I am against it in the case black or gay victims.

    Gosport in reply to E Howard Hunt. | April 11, 2022 at 4:16 pm

    I applaud the fact that at least someone is making an effort to apply the bias enhancement laws to all instead of exclusively for the benefit of certain special groups who somehow seem to be immune to them otherwise. Equality in action.

    I do however agree that the bias enhancement laws should never have been passed exactly because it was blatantly obvious that they would be abused and or ignored at the whim of integrity challenged authorities who were biased themselves.

      Milhouse in reply to Gosport. | April 11, 2022 at 6:04 pm

      What do you mean, “at least someone is making an effort”? These laws have always been applied equally, ever since they were passed.

      I don’t know where you could possibly have got the impression that they have ever. anywhere in the USA, been “exclusively for the benefit of certain special groups who somehow seem to be immune to them otherwise”. It’s just not true. If you thought that, it can only be because you assumed it without evidence and have ignored decades of ubiquitous news reports to the contrary.

    Milhouse in reply to E Howard Hunt. | April 11, 2022 at 6:15 pm

    And in both cases you’re wrong. Since the very beginnings of our legal system, sentencing for crimes has always taken motive into account. The same crime is more or less heinous, and deserves a harsher or more lenient punishment, depending on why it was committed. There has never been a time in the USA when this was not so.

    This is so even with serious crimes such as murder. For instance, murder for pay has always been treated more harshly than murder out of passion. But it’s much more important in the case of lesser crimes. To take a very common example, a graffitist who tags a building because he’s bored, or to show off to his friends, or whatever it is that motivates common vandals, has committed a relatively petty offense, and an appropriate penalty is making him clean it up. The only victim is the property owner. But someone who sprays a swastika on a Jewish home or a synagogue has done something much worse than mere vandalism. He has struck terror into the hearts of an entire community.

    Likewise there is a vast difference between someone who commits petty arson, e.g. by lighting a fire in a dumpster on someone’s property, and someone who burns a cross there.

    The crime is the same, but the motive and the message sent, the number of victims, and the impact on them, are very different. And therefore they deserve very different penalties.

      n.n in reply to Milhouse. | April 11, 2022 at 7:01 pm

      As individual perpetrators, but as color judgments or class-based bigotry, it normalizes diversity, inequity, and exclusion… one step forward, two steps backward.

        Milhouse in reply to n.n. | April 11, 2022 at 8:04 pm

        As usual, I have very little idea of what you mean. The language you use looks very like English, but isn’t. The only “color judgments or class-based bigotry” ever involved in a hate crime prosecution is on the part of the criminal. Prosecutors pursue such charges equally against all people who commit such crimes. That’s simply a fact.

          brainy435 in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 9:00 am

          So the problem is you are unable to read basic English. Not surprising. If you could, you would have seen the numerous cases of people not being charged for hate crimes, or even charged at all in many cases, for making racially charged false statements to police. Infamous racist Jussie Smollett made intentional, racially-charged false statements to police and was only charged with disorderly conduct.

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 9:42 am

          n.n. does not write in basic English. I don’t know what language it is, but it is incomprehensible to normal English speakers.

          Making false statements is very rarely charged no matter what the statement is, not without some other factor. In those rare cases where such a statement is motivated by hatred it is charged as a hate crime without any regard for which direction the hate went.

          And a statement being “racially charged” does not make it a hate crime. To charge it as a hate crime it has to be motivated by hatred for some identifiable group. Smollett’s crime, for instance, was not motivated by that, and it would have been wrong to charge it as a hate crime. More than that, since Apprendi the finding of motivation must be made by the jury, and had it been so charged it’s unlikely the jury would have bought it.

          The plain fact is, and has been for as long as hate crime laws have existed, that prosecutors routinely do charge black people with hate crimes, where such charges are warranted. It is so common that it’s not reported, because it’s Dog Bites Man.

          LukeHandCool in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 11:14 am

          “The plain fact is, and has been for as long as hate crime laws have existed, that prosecutors routinely do charge black people with hate crimes, where such charges are warranted. It is so common that it’s not reported, because it’s Dog Bites Man.”

          Milhouse is spot on. It’s understandable for people to believe whites are the only ones charged with hate crimes because the news media routinely focus only on the Man Bites Dog stories of hate crimes when the victim is black.

          brainy435 in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 2:18 pm

          Oh, look Milhouse believes in “heads I win, tails you lose” application of hate crime laws. If white guys attack a black, gay man, that’s a hate crime. Because Milhouse knows white men hate black, gay men, apparently. If a black, gay man falsely accuse white men of that exact hate crime, well no harm no foul. I’m curious: do you believe he can’t possibly have done this out of hatred of white men because he’s black, or because he’s gay?

          brainy435 in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 2:24 pm

          “Likewise there is a vast difference between someone who commits petty arson, e.g. by lighting a fire in a dumpster on someone’s property, and someone who burns a cross there.

          The crime is the same, but the motive and the message sent, the number of victims, and the impact on them, are very different. And therefore they deserve very different penalties”

          Weird that Smollet falsely accusing white Trump supporters due to his hatred for them doesn’t meet this same standard. He didn’t use it to send a specific message? He didn’t smear millions of people? It didn’t intend for it to have a different impact than if he accusing other races/political groups?

          Milhouse in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 4:59 pm

          No, shit-for-brains. Not every time that white guys attack a black, gay man is it a hate crime. Police do not call it a hate crime unless there is evidence that they attacked him because he was a black, gay man. And the same is true in reverse, when black guys (gay or straight) attack a white person; police do not call it a hate crime unless there is evidence that they attacked him because he was white. When there is such evidence, they do routinely call it that, and prosecutors routinely charge it as that.

          Falsely accusing someone of a hate crime, is not itself a hate crime, unless there is evidence that the person was accused because of his race, sex, age, religion, etc. (Political affiliation doesn’t count.)

          There is not a shred of evidence, nor any reason to believe, that Smollett made up his story because he hates white people. There is no reason to believe that he has anything against white people. There is no reason to believe he intended to harm any white people.

          By far the most reasonable explanation for his crime was that it was all about himself, not the fictional attackers, let alone white people in general. He wanted to be a victim and a celebrity, and didn’t care what might or might not happen to white people in general. And of course he did not expect anything to happen to the specific people he accused, because they didn’t exist so he knew they would never be caught.

low iq, high aggression, low impulse control, high time preference, roaming the streets. what could go wrong…

    JohnSmith100 in reply to garybob. | April 11, 2022 at 8:37 pm

    Most people are born with strengths and weaknesses’ which allow us to find a place in society where we have some merit, Some people, and some groups are really challenged to have any merit.

A white black man no doubt

Racist we much?

    gonzotx in reply to Paul. | April 11, 2022 at 3:58 pm

    I am
    Not sure what you mean

      Paul in reply to gonzotx. | April 11, 2022 at 7:07 pm

      It was a little play on Al Sharpton’s famous teleprompter bungling: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QDSvl9mGx9Y

      And also a comment on the original post on this thread. Somebody had to teach this kid to hate Jews, and there is a really good chance that “The Reverend” had something to do with that. He’s got a track record of getting Jews killed with his rhetoric, after all.

    n.n in reply to Paul. | April 11, 2022 at 7:02 pm

    Indubitably a diversitist, per chance rabid, exercise of liberal license to indulge color judgments and class-based bigotry.

    Philip in reply to gonzotx. | April 12, 2022 at 9:33 am

    Felicia: “You guys seriously get paid to do this?”

    That question emphasizes one of the most important ingredients of the current U.S. militarized LEO environment.

The Gentle Grizzly | April 11, 2022 at 4:48 pm

One of the Usual Suspects, I see. I am, however, glad that New Jersey has strong gun control laws, else this poor misunderstood lad might have gotten hurt.

“At around 6 p.m., the suspect used the vehicle to ram another victim… Around 8:20 p.m., the suspect ran over a pedestrian in the nearby town of Jackson.”

Hey, you know who we haven’t heard a lot about lately? Darrell Brooks. Just dropped right off the radar.

LukeHandCool | April 11, 2022 at 9:04 pm

Last Hanukkah we had two synagogues in our area littered with anti-Semitic flyers. The flyers had a BLM fist as the centerpiece and swastikas, dollar signs, gay rainbow flags, and Israeli flags surrounding the fist.

A reflection of a confused and hateful mind(s).

If I were a member of either congregation, I’d be fearful of the possibility of a violent attack.

All acts of vandalism are not created equal. This has far more importance and effect than a drawing of a penis scrawled on a wall.

    The Gentle Grizzly in reply to LukeHandCool. | April 11, 2022 at 10:59 pm

    If you fear a violent attack, have an armed congregation.

      Yes, but imposing the fear is itself harm to the victims. That’s why the law says that putting someone in reasonable fear of imminent violence is the crime of assault. Now painting a swastika on a wall isn’t assault, because the violence it makes the community fear isn’t imminent. But the principle is the same, so the actual crime ought to bear a harsher penalty than it usually does when it does less harm.

    Milhouse in reply to LukeHandCool. | April 11, 2022 at 11:06 pm

    Yes, exactly. Though if the only actual “crime” is littering, I’d call it inappropriate to prosecute it just because it was motivated by hatred. Vandalism is an actual crime. Littering is (or ought to be) just a violation.

      LukeHandCool in reply to Milhouse. | April 12, 2022 at 11:36 am

      Agreed. I can’t remember if there was any physical vandalism (which means if there was, it was comparatively minor since I can’t recall). I don’t know if this kind of “littering” (and all acts of littering are not created equal … this is far different than someone absentmindedly throwing an empty coke can in the street) can technically be construed as vandalism. The fact that they intentionally went onto the synagogue properties to commit this act brings trespassing into play. Whenever possible the attempt is made to find a crime tied to the act to move it from being a hate incident (ugly and repulsive, but not illegal behavior) to a hate crime, which is prosecutable.

      Incidentally, just as we talked about prosecuted hate crimes involving a white victim and black perpetrator existing in far greater numbers than the public is lead to believe, I can tell you that there are far more crimes involving anti-Semitism than the media would have you believe as well. I’m privy to them again and again, almost all of which will never make the news.

      I hope I made sense. I just woke up and I’m groggy. A little too groggy to proofread.

Steven Brizel | April 12, 2022 at 8:24 am

Anti Semitism in the African American community has been around at least since the 1960s . Don’t bet on the legacy media or the secular Jewish establishment ever analyzing it or doing anything serious about it

    Milhouse in reply to Steven Brizel. | April 12, 2022 at 9:44 am

    Much longer than that. I think it’s been documented since the 1930s, which is about as early as anyone bothered studying antisemitism.

Meanwhile we seem to be having some sort of possible terrorist attack here in Brooklyn, not far from where I’m sitting. Multiple people shot at the 36th St D/N/R subway station in Sunset Park, and a black man wearing a gas mask and an MTA vest seen fleeing the scene.

claytoncramer | April 12, 2022 at 10:59 am

Funny looking white supremacist.

The vile Dhimmi-crats have been embracing and legitimizing black and black Muslim Jew-haters for decades — they’ve been enabling this stuff, by welcoming black Jew-haters such as Farrakhan, Sharpton, Keith “Hakim” Ellison, Raphael Warnock, Ilhan Omar, etc. into their Party tent, and, never condemning their vile bigotry and hate.

From his photograph he looks like Homer Simpson crossed with OJ Simpson.