Vandals Post Anti-Semitic Banner on NJ Hollowhoax Memorial

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    http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/...432144943.html

    Vandals Post Anti-Semitic Banner on NJ Holocaust Memorial
    A message on the covering included an ethnic slur for Jewish people and stated they "will not divide us," along with the name of a group supposedly responsible for the covering.
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    Vandals have posted a banner containing an anti-Jewish slur on a Holocaust memorial at a synagogue in a New Jersey shore town where several residents (heebs) were recently accused of misrepresenting their incomes to improperly obtain public welfare benefits.

    Photos posted online Sunday show the covering on the memorial in Lakewood. A message on the covering included an ethnic slur for Jewish people and stated they "will not divide us," along with the name of a group supposedly responsible for the covering.

    State authorities announced Sunday they were offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to conviction of those responsible.

    In another incident, anti-Semitic fliers referencing the recent arrests were placed on the windshields of dozens of cars in Lakewood. It wasn't clear if the same people are responsible for both acts.
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    Seven married couples who live in Lakewood, including a rabbi and his wife, now face charges they misrepresented their incomes to get a combined $2 million in public welfare benefits they weren't entitled to.

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    Three couples were arrested late Tuesday in Lakewood after four couples, including Rabbi Zalmen Sorotzkin, of Congregation Lutzk, and his wife, Tzipporah, were arrested Monday.

    The couples eventually were released without bail after making initial court appearances. Prosecutors say they failed to disclose income from numerous sources on applications for Medicaid, housing, Social Security and food assistance benefits.

    The state and federal investigation centers on Lakewood, which is home to a large and growing ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
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    http://nypost.com/2017/07/06/welfare-scam-deepens-as-six-more-couples-are-arrested/

    Welfare ‘scam’ deepens as six more couples are arrested
    By David K. Li
    July 6, 2017 | 1:15pm | Updated July 7, 2017 | 6:20pm

    Six more couples were busted for alleged welfare fraud in Lakewood, NJ, officials said Thursday, adding to a growing list of suspected cheats from that shore town.

    FBI agents and investigators with the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office’s Economic Crimes Unit knocked on doors at about 6 a.m. on Thursday, handing over charging documents and court dates for them to appear between now and Tuesday.

    The most recently arrested are accused to scoring nearly $400,000 in elaborate schemes to get Medicaid, food and home energy benefits when they weren’t eligible for them.

    “The nature of the criminal events investigated and basic charges allege that the defendants misrepresented their income, declaring amounts that were low enough to receive the program’s benefits, when in fact their income was too high to qualify,” according to a statement from Ocean County prosecutors.

    “The investigations revealed that the defendants received income from numerous sources that they failed to disclose on required program applications.”

    Ocean County prosecutors charged 14 Lakewood residents last week, accusing them bilking taxpayers of more than $2 million.

    The 12 newly named defendants were:
    • Eliezer and Elkie Sorotzkin, 33 and 31, were accused of wrongfully collecting $74,960 in Medicaid funds between January 2011 and December 2013.
    • Samuel and Esther Serhofer, 45 and 44, allegedly pocketed $72,685 in Medicaid between January 2009 to December 2013.
    • Yisroel and Rachel Merkin, 37 and 34, are suspected of improperly taking home $70,557.51 in Medicaid, food and home energy benefits between January 2011 and December 2014.
    • Jerome Menchel, 33, and Mottel Friedman, 30, were accused of wrongly scoring $63,839 in Medicaid and food benefits between January 2011 and July 2014.
    • Tzvi and Estee Braun, 35 and 34, were busted for allegedly ripping off $62,746.74 in Medicaid, food and children’s medical benefits between January 2009 and December 2013.
    • Moche and Nechama Hirschmann, 30 and 27, are suspected of wrongfully collecting $53,418.39 in Medicaid and food benefits between January 2011 and December 2015.
    A rep for the Ocean County Prosecutor’s Office declined to say if the defendants know each other or worked in concert.

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