Suspect in Jewish Bomb Threats Is a F**king Teenager
The New York Times is reporting that law enforcement officials have arrested the man believed to be responsible for calling in scores of bomb threats to Jewish Community Centers across the United States. He is a dual citizen of both the United States and Israel who was using anonymizer software to cover his tracks. He is a hacker, and so far, his motives are unclear.
He’s also a f**king teenager.
The FBI provided no more details at this time, except to say that “investigating hate crimes is a top priority,” and also, that it was a f**king teenager who forced hundreds of children and teachers to evacuate their schools, who scared the sh*t out of the poor men and women who answered the phone only to be met with anti-Semitic slurs and threats, who once led an airline to make an emergency landing because of threats, and who led to numerous kids dropping out of Jewish preschools.
A f**king teenager.
It should be noted, however, that while the f**king teenager is responsible for these threats, and the teenager alone, there is no GODLY reason that anonymizer software should be allowed, and from what I understand, basically the only reason it’s allowed is because of the powerful telemarketing industry (but don’t quote me on that).
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