Suspect arrested five months after allegedly shouting “Heil Hitler” at Jews in London
A suspect has been arrested in connection with a crime in August last year in which a man allegedly shouted “Heil Hitler” and other antisemitic abuse at Jewish victims in London. We commend the victim for persevering with the Metropolitan Police Service and insisting that they level charges against the suspect, and we salute Shomrim Stamford Hill, the Jewish volunteer neighbourhood watch patrol, which has assisted the victim throughout.
Man who shouted anti-Semitic abuse incl. "Heil Hitler" at Jews on Clapton Common in Aug 2016 has now been arrested & charged by @MPSHackney pic.twitter.com/sct2zmzwjb
— Shomrim (Stamford Hill) (@Shomrim) January 29, 2017