Four Dindus Arrested for that Yard Menorah Turned into a Swastika

CLIVE JAMAR WILSON, AGE 19.

The top photo tells most of the story, except for whodunit. The second photo shows the lone adult charged in the hate crime. Three juveniles were also arrested.

As soon as I can I’m going to contact Clive and recruit him into my local KKK chapter. We get to wear sheets and everything. I think Clive would find it cool to be in the KKK. There’s no fun like burning a cross in front of a Nigger’s house. Clive looks like the kind of guy who would get off to that.

The contrast between the darker skin tones and the pure white robes sure is beautiful, ain’t it?

The original story was posted on saboteur365 on January 2. We knew that we didn’t do it.

Odds were that the Jews did it to themselves. I wonder if Clive is being framed.

Let’s see what poor Clive is being charged with:

AZ Family

Four young men have been arrested for damaging a holiday Menorah decoration in the front yard of a home last December.

Chandler Police spokesman Sgt. Daniel Mejia said their officers arrested three juvenile boys and one 19-year-old man Friday after a lengthy investigation.

Mejia said all four will face felony charges of criminal damage and trespassing.

The incident happened last December as Hanukkah drew to a close.

[ORIGINAL STORY: http://www.azfamily.com/story/34155161/community-supports-family-whose-menorah-was-found-twisted-into-swastika%5D

Last December a Chandler family woke up to find their front-yard decoration celebrating the holiday had been twisted into a swastika shaped symbol.

Naomi Ellis said her husband, Seth, built the menorah after their three sons – ages 5, 7 and 9 – asked for holiday lights to celebrate the season.

“We live in a great neighborhood with kind and welcoming neighbors,” Ellis said. “We never would have imagined that someone would spread so much hate here.”

Mejia says the investigation is continuing.

Since I don’t believe in hate crime laws, my thoughts run toward charging Clive with misdemeanor property damage. Let him pay back the cost of the damaged property and write a letter of contrition. And be done with it.

But since Clive took on the Jew and lost, he’s in deep doo doo.

Good luck, Clive. You’re going to need it. Just remember. The Jew isn’t your friend. The KKK is.

Vandals Turn Menorah into Swastika

Well, that took some work. I wonder who could have done something like that!

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When Naomi and Seth Ellis’ young sons said that they wanted lights on their house in Chandler, Ariz., like all their neighbors’ Christmas decorations, the parents knew what to tell their three Jewish boys: Yes.

One trip to Lowe’s, $100 worth of PVC pipe, nine solar-powered lights and a coat of shiny gold paint later, the Ellises had a shining 7-foot-tall Hanukkah menorah on their lawn.

But on Friday morning, the Ellises had something new to tell their boys, and they weren’t sure how to say it.

After the boys went to bed on the sixth night of Hanukkah, someone dismantled their special menorah and turned it into a giant swastika.
“We talk a lot about the importance of equality and tolerance, loving everybody no matter what,” Naomi Ellis said. “I had to tell them that not everybody feels that way. Some people are ignorant, and this is what they do.”

She watched tears well up in her 9-year-old son’s eyes as she explained.

“They know about the Holocaust. They know about Nazis,” she said. But before Friday morning, the three children – ages 5, 7 and 9 – had never before seen a swastika, the symbol of the Nazi party that carried out the murder of 6 million Jews and of current-day hate groups.

“This is the real reality that we live in: People hate us for no reason or want us to feel scared for who we are. That’s not something I wanted to have to tell them,” Naomi Ellis said.

Seth Ellis, who works in construction, got up Friday morning at 4 a.m. as usual, and saw that while the family was sleeping, the menorah’s joints had been unscrewed and locked back in place in the spidery directions of a swastika. The vandal or vandals had taken some of the pieces entirely. The Ellises called the police.

Chandler Police Det. Seth Tyler said that officers came to the house and spoke to Naomi Ellis. “She obviously didn’t want her children to see a swastika on their yard,” Tyler said. So the officers helped take the structure down.

The officers reported the vandalism as an incident of disorderly conduct and have not arrested anyone, Tyler said. Naomi Ellis has been urging her neighbors to share anything they might have seen with police.