A suspect who allegedly committed an anti-Semitic attack over the weekend in New York City was released without bail on Saturday and subsequently arrested again after assaulting yet another person.
Tiffany Harris allegedly struck three Orthodox Jewish women in Brooklyn early Friday, then assaulted another woman Sunday after her release from jail.
The release came as part of a new law in the city forbidding police from holding suspects on bail because it is unfair to those who can’t afford bail.
Harris admitted to the first attack, according to a police affadavit that said she cursed out the women as she attacked them.
There have been at least eight anti-Semitic attacks on Jews in recent days in the city, and Mayor Bill de Blasio has suggested that President Donald Trump, and not his own lenient attitude toward crime, is to blame.
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