Jewish Israeli teen arrested for phoning in JCC bomb threats
After months-long undercover investigation, police and FBI say suspect used voice-altering technology to make threatening calls
ed note–all can rest assured several items here–
1. The Trump administration knew it was a Zionist operation on the part of Judea, Inc from the very beginning, hence Trump’s own statement that these attacks were part of an orchestrated false flag campaign to put political pressure on him.
2. Doubtless as more details come out we’ll find out that the perp in this case was a right wing type, simpatico with Netanyahu and the setters and not a leftie.
3. That whatever ‘shock’ is expressed by the various groups working in the service of Judea, Inc, from the ADL to WJC to AJC, that they knew all along what the ‘straight skinny’ was and that whatever congratulatory notes are sent by these groups to the LEO agencies who tracked this Jew down are only there for show and that at the very moment of this writing, there is MASSIVE weeping and gnashing of teeth taking place behind the closed doors of these various Jewish groups, because now, everytime there is any kind of high-profile event of this type where Jews are centerstaged as the victims of hate or of ‘anti-Shemitism’ that the case will be made with MASSIVE credibility that it was/is a Judaic operation.
Time of Israel
A Jewish Israeli teenager born in the US has been arrested on suspicion of issuing dozens of fake bomb threats against Jewish institutions in North America and elsewhere in recent months, police said on Thursday.
Police said the resident of the southern city of Ashkelon was the subject of a months-long undercover investigation by police’s Lahav 433 cyber unit and the FBI. It said in a statement that the motive behind the bomb threats was unclear. Police said he is 19 years old, but several Israeli media outlets reported him as 18.
Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said the suspect allegedly placed dozens of threatening phone calls to public venues, synagogues and community buildings in the US, New Zealand and Australia. He also placed a threat to Delta Airlines, causing a flight in February 2015 to make an emergency landing.
“He’s the guy who was behind the JCC threats,” Rosenfeld said, referring to the dozens of anonymous threats phoned in to Jewish community centers in the US over the past two months.
Rosenfeld said the man used advanced technologies to mask the origin of his calls and communications to synagogues, community buildings and public venues. He said police searched his house Thursday morning and discovered antennas and satellite equipment.
“He didn’t use regular phone lines. He used different computer systems so he couldn’t be backtracked,” Rosenfeld said.
The suspect was being brought before the Rishon Lezion Magistrate’s Court later on Thursday for a remand hearing. His father was also summoned by police for questioning.
The suspect, who was not named, faces charges of extortion and is accused of sowing widespread fear and panic, police said.
Sources confirmed the suspect is a dual US-Israeli citizen. He was exempted from the mandatory IDF service after recruiters deemed him unfit for military service, according to the Haaretz daily.
A picture of the suspect shown on Israel’s Channel 10 news showed him covering his face with a sweater. A neighbor told the channel he was extremely quiet and would only leave his home to walk a dog, always wearing the same clothes.
Nearly 150 bomb threats have hit JCCs, Jewish day schools and other Jewish institutions since the beginning of the year, causing the evacuation of dozens of Jewish community centers. The threats have mostly come in waves, via phone and email. Many of the institutions have been threatened more than once.
The FBI, Department of Homeland Security and other law enforcement agencies have been investigating the threats to the Jewish institutions.
Juan Thompson, a St. Louis resident, has been charged with committing eight of the threats, but appears to have been a copycat.
Earlier this month, a top New York police official said most of the threats were likely being carried out by a single individual using phone spoofing technology to mask the source of the calls.
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