Hate crime suspects who attacked Jews in New York City released because of new laws

Several suspects reported to be part of anti-Semite attacks have allegedly been set free, all thanks to legal reforms in New York State.

The suspects, who were accused of over eight attacks against Jews in NYC, are being released into the very neighborhoods where they committed their heinous crimes, even though the so-called “bail reform” doesn’t take effect until 2020.

On case involved Tiffany Harris, who screamed “F-U, Jews” as she attacked three Jewish Orthodox women, striking them in the early hours as they walked through Brooklyn.

Harris never denied her involvement.

“Yes, I slapped them,” she later told police. “I cursed them out. I said ‘F-U, Jews.’”

When taken to court, the judge let Harris go.

“So I’m releasing her on consent and also because it will be required under the statute in just a few days,” the judge said. “Ms. Harris you’re being released on your own recognizance.”

There has been a significant and surprising rise in Anti-Semitic attacks perpetrated by African Americans in recent memory, with some cases linking to a ethnocentric religious fringe movement known as the Black Hebrew Israelites.

According to a “law enforcement source” who spoke with the New York Post, some in the NYPD are blaming the de Blasio administration for the matter, as well as the court system that could have skirted the “bail reform” path- especially since it hasn’t taken effect yet.

“The de Blasio administration has made it clear that we all need to get into compliance with bail reform now,” said the source. “If prosecutors had asked for bail, corrections would release them immediately.”

In simplistic terms, the legislation requires arraignment judges to set free suspects in any non-sexual assault that doesn’t actually cause a physical injury, even in cases of hate crime attacks.

This “no-injury” loophole serves as a way for all but one of the eight suspects involved in anti-Jewish hate crimes to walk free.

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