Grand Jury Indicts Hanukkah Attack Suspect on More Federal Hate Crime Charges

HeadlineJan 10, 2020

In New York, a grand jury indicted the suspect in the Hanukkah attack for five more federal hate crimes Thursday. Grafton Thomas allegedly stabbed at least five Jewish worshipers who were celebrating Hanukkah at a rabbi’s house in Monsey last month. His lawyers say he is mentally ill.

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