ed note–at the risk of sounding like a broken record, nevertheless–
CAN YOU JUST FREAKING IMAGINE the noise surrounding something like this if it were a MOOZLEM????????????
As far as the JMSM would be concerned it would be
–Space aliens invading the earth and devouring people by the millions…HUH????
etc, etc, etc…
And WHY, fellow earthlings, is this NOT the case with a story such as this?
SIMPLE–THE TERRORIST IN QUESTION IS A JEW, whose actions are EMBLEMATIC OF THE JEWISH MINDSET and in order to keep the West deaf, dumb and blind concerning who the REAL enemy is, stories such as this must be BURIED.
A Hasidic Jewish teenager pleaded guilty to assault, for setting a neighbour on fire because he wasn’t praying with the rest of the community.
Shaul Spitzer, 18, of New Square, New York, had been accused of severely burning Aron Rottenberg, 43, with a firebomb outside Mr Rottenberg’s home in New Square, an insular Hasidic village of 7,000.
He pleaded guilty to assault in a New York court and faces up to 10 years in prison, although Judge William Kelly said he would likely receive a 5-year sentence.
Shaul Spitzer, 18, of New Square, New York, had been accused of severely burning neighbor Aron Rottenberg, 43, with a firebomb outside Rottenberg’s home in New Square
Mr Rottenberg alleged that Twersky was angered because Rottenberg had stopped praying at his synagogue, disobeying a prayer order by the Grand Rebbe of the Hasidic enclave about 35 miles north of New York City.
Spitzer, who worked for Grand Rebbe David Twersky, admitted that he used a heavy duty propane lighter to set Rottenberg on fire in May 2011.
It happened after Mr Rottenberg confronted Spitzer when he threw a bag of burning shirts soaked in petrol on the porch of his home.
Mr Rottenberg suffered third-degree burns to more than 50 per cent of his body and prosecutor Stephen Moore said he spent more than a month in the hospital recovering.
Painful recovery: Aron Rottenberg suffered third-degree burns to more than 50 per cent of his body and prosecutor Stephen Moore said he spent more than a month in the hospital recovering.