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Antisemitic ‘GDL’ Flyers Found in Two New Jersey Towns

State Police and local police are trying to find out who is responsible for antisemitic flyers found this week in at least two towns in northwestern New Jersey – Allamuchy Township in Warren County and Byram in Sussex County.

The flyers reference COVID and list the names and titles of Jewish people employed by various government health organizations and drug companies. The bottom of the flyer lists the web address for an antisemitic website.

State Police said Thursday that someone who found one of the flyers in front of a business on Johnsburg Road in Allamuchy Township on Tuesday morning notified authorities, who then found several other identical flyers when they canvassed the area.

NGO StopAntisemitism attributed the anti-Jewish flyers to the Goyim Defense League (GDL), led by neo-nazi Jon Minadeo II. Minadeo and his followers are responsible for thousands of antisemitic flyer drops around the country.

Troopers spent several hours knocking on doors and asking residents for surveillance footage from security cameras to aid them in their investigation.

A State Police spokesman said that an “unknown granular substance” in bags that contained flyers has been sent to a lab for testing.

Source: https://www.nj.com/warren/2023/03/antisemitic-flyers-found-in-at-least-2-nj-towns-cops-say.html