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Police: Yeshiva student Jonathan Schuster responsible for anti-Semitic messages scrawled at Far Rockaway LIRR station

Police say a Yeshiva student is responsible for anti-Semitic messages scrawled across a Nassau County LIRR station. MTA police say 18-year-old Jonathan Schuster, of Far Rockaway, used black marker

News 12 Staff

Feb 7, 2014, 9:46 PM

Updated 3,787 days ago

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Police say a Yeshiva student is responsible for anti-Semitic messages scrawled across a Nassau County LIRR station.
MTA police say 18-year-old Jonathan Schuster, of Far Rockaway, used black marker to draw the hate messages on billboards at least eight times at the station in Dec. 2012.
Schuster is a senior at a Cedarhurst Yeshiva school.


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