Man Gets 6 Months Behind Bars for Posting ‘Anti-Semitic’ Flyers in CaliforniaReader06/11/2022 (Sat) 00:22:53 Id: 8b69dfNo.18523del
Do you thinking posting flyers about “White privilege” would ever land anyone in jail for six months? No, it’s only when [Caucasian] people are being defended or “God’s chosen” are being exposed that the full weight of the law must coming crashing down on someone. Former Renegade contributor Paul Hickman was going to be sentenced to at least 3 years in prison for posting stickers in the UK, which caused him to take his own life (unless there was actually foul play involved), but this is America, where supposedly we have freedom of speech.
From JWeekly: "34-year-old Sacramento man who plastered a messianic synagogue with antisemitic flyers and left leaflets advertising a white supremacist group at an elementary school last fall was sentenced to 180 days in county jail this week. The Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office announced Wednesday that Nicholas Sherman would serve roughly six months behind bars. The supporter of the white power group Aryan Nations taped up “Hitler was right” flyers outside of Carmichael’s Shalom le Israel center and two weeks later left flyers advertising Aryan Nations at homes and an elementary school."
Hitler was definitely right. "Though it calls itself a synagogue and its members follow Jewish customs, Shalom le Israel members, almost all of them immigrants from the former Soviet Union, believe Jesus is the “promised Messiah of Israel,” a belief many Jews see as incompatible with Judaism. Some consider Messianic Jews to be Christian." Still, the distinction appeared to matter little to Sherman, who covered a large, permanent menorah fixture outside the center with images of Hitler’s face; video footage of his arrest showed a swastika pendant dangling from his car keys. For papering the menorah, he earned a felony conviction for 'desecrating a religious symbol.'" Shouldn’t the maximum he received be a misdemeanor littering charge? It’s not like they couldn’t just take the flyers off the menorah. "Sherman also pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor count of “terrorism by symbol” for leaving flyers bearing a Nazi swastika at the elementary school. According to California law, swastikas, desecrated crosses and nooses are considered “terrorizing” symbols that can be prosecuted if left on private property or at a public setting like a school." Wow. “Seeing that ancient symbol just terrorized me to no end! I was verklempt for days.” Maybe the “star of David” should be considered a terrorizing symbol, given all the terrorism carried out by jews.
"It took more than two months for police to investigate the flyering incidents before they arrested Sherman on his way to work on Dec. 22. The first incident occurred on Oct. 4, when Sherman left flyers in plastic bags on doorsteps in the suburban town of Carmichael and on the grounds of Deterding Elementary. The flyering outside Shalom le Israel occurred on Oct. 20, according to law enforcement. The DA’s office said officials relied on video footage and fingerprints found on the plastic bags during the course of the investigation.The prosecutor was Deputy District Attorney Megan Eixenberger, of Sacramento County’s Gangs and Hate Crimes unit." They really made sure to use all the resources at their disposal to find the culprit of these “heinous” crimes. It’s not like there were cases of murder, rape, child trafficking, etc. that could have used these investigative resources. When jews get their feelings hurt, that’s truly the top priority. "Since Sherman has been incarcerated since Dec. 22, he will likely be released in late June. He will then be subject to two years of “formal probation,” the DA’s office said, during which he will be subject to law enforcement search and seizure, including of his computers. Sherman also will not be allowed to 'possess Aryan Nations propaganda in a way to disseminate it to the public,' the DA’s office said."
Remember all of those pieces of legislation about “fighting anti-semitism” that were passed around the country in the past few years? [continued]