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Jewish security group says antisemitic murder in Arizona could have been prevented

Secure Community Network, credited with thwarting threats to synagogues in New York, says the University of Arizona ignored warnings before an attacker killed a professor he thought Jewish

“Professor Thomas Meixner lost his life because antisemitism is not being taken seriously enough,” Michael Masters, the CEO of the Secure Community Network, wrote in an op-ed published Tuesday in the Arizona Republic.  The assailant’s explicitly antisemitic threats should have been a red flag The assailant, in one text to a teacher wished “death to all Jews.”
“Too often reported violent antisemitic threats like these are dismissed as a byproduct of poor mental health and are not treated with necessary precautions,” Masters wrote. “More could and should have been done to prevent a senseless murder.”

Source TOI/AP Photo/Terry Tang

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CaptJinx Marine 09:26 24.11.2022
Take out the crazy and his family. The US needs scare the crazies.
Patsy Webb 07:19 24.11.2022
It is crazy when the law listens only after the person has died, condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.
Tuin Boon 06:33 24.11.2022
Crazy world Antisemitisme should have a place in it
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