2019 저지 시티 촬영 - 2019 Jersey City shooting

2019 저지 시티 촬영
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Khal Adas Greenville 및 JC Kosher Supermarket
(2019 년 8 월)
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위치 JC Kosher Supermarket
223 Martin Luther King Dr.
Jersey City , 미국 뉴저지
좌표 40 ° 42'26 "N 74 ° 05'01"W  /  40.70715 74.08367 ° N ° W / 40.70715; -74.08367 좌표: 40 ° 42'26 "N 74 ° 05'01"W  /  40.70715 74.08367 ° N ° W / 40.70715; -74.08367
데이트 2019 년 12 월 10 일
c. 오후 12 : 20-3 : 45 오후 [1] ( EST ; UTC−05 : 00 )
공격 유형
총격 , 공성전 , 증오 범죄
무기
사망자 6 명 (두 가해자 포함)
다쳐서
가해자 데이비드 앤더슨
프랜신 그레이엄
동기 반유대주의 [3] 반법
집행 정서 [4]
국내 테러리즘

2019 년 12 월 10 일 , 미국 뉴저지 주 저지 시티 그린빌 구역위치한 코셔 식료품 점 에서 총격 사건이 발생했습니다 . 가해자 2 명을 포함 해 5 명이 상점에서 사망했다. 또한 가해자는 고객 1 명과 경찰 2 명에게 부상을 입혔습니다. 저지 시티 경찰서 형사가 식료품 점 공격 직전에 인근 묘지에서 가해자에 의해 총에 맞아 살해되었습니다. [5] [6] [7] 뉴저지 주 검찰 총장 인 거버 그레 왈 은 그 공격이 반유대주의반법 집행 신념에 의해 촉발 된 증오 행위와 국내 테러리즘이라는 증거가 있다고 밝혔다 .

촬영

2019 년 12 월 10 일, 정보원을 만났던 경찰 수사관이 [8] 뉴저지 주 저지 시티베이 뷰 공동 묘지 에서 [9] [10] 우연한 만남으로 묘사 된 사건 에서 가해자들을 만났습니다. [11] 그는 뉴저지 주 바욘 인근에있는 34 세 저지 시티 거주자 마이클 럼 버거의 지난 주말 살인과 관련된 도난 U- 홀 밴에 탑승 한 용의자에게 접근 한 것으로 추정 됩니다 . [12] 가해자는 총에 경찰을 죽였다. [9] [13] [12] 그의 시신은 방관자에 의해 발견되어 오후 12:38에보고되었습니다. [1] [14]

용의자들은 도난당한 밴을 타고 약 1 마일을 운전 하여 저지 시티 그린빌 구역있는 코셔 식료품 점 인 JC 코셔 슈퍼마켓으로 이동 한 후 차에서 내리자 총격을가했습니다. [15] [9] [16] 오후 12시 21 분경 전술 장비를 착용 한 채 매장에 들어와 주인과 일꾼, 손님을 쏘아 죽였다. [11] [17] 다른 두 명의 고객이 탈출 할 수있었습니다. 이어지는 총격전 에서 가해자들은 총에 맞아 죽을 때까지 한 시간 이상 경찰과 총격을가했습니다. [18] BearCat 장갑차 점포를 휩쓸고 포위 공격을 끝냈습니다. [7]

나중에 밴에는 최대 500 야드 떨어진 곳에서 사람을 죽이거나 다칠 수 있는 라이브 파이프 폭탄포함 된 것으로 밝혀 졌습니다. [11] [12]

여러 법 집행 기관이 현장에 대응했습니다. 저지 시티 경찰국; 허드슨 카운티 보안관 사무실; 뉴저지 주 경찰 ; 알코올, 담배, 총기와 폭발물의 국 ; 연방 수사 국 ; 뉴욕과 뉴저지 경찰의 항만 ; 뉴욕시 경찰국 과 다른 이웃 지방 자치 단체에서 부서; 3 개 카운티의 보안관. [19] [20]

피해자

The assailants killed 39-year-old Detective Joseph Seals who had been a police officer since 2006, 33-year-old female store owner Mindy Ferencz, 49-year-old male employee Douglas Miguel Rodriguez, and 24-year-old male rabbinical student customer Moshe Deutsch.[21][22][23] [6][24][25]

Two officers, one male and one female, were wounded in the shootout and were released from the hospital the same day.[26] A wounded man escaped out the back door of the store. He was treated at Jersey City Medical Center, and released on the same day.[6]

Assailants

12 월 11 일, 포위 공격 중 경찰에 의해 살해 된 범인은 데이비드 나다니엘 앤더슨 (47 세)과 그의 여자 친구 프랜신 그레이엄 (50 세)으로 확인되었습니다. [27] [28] 모두했다 아프리카 계 미국인 . [29]

Anderson과 Graham은 공격 전 주말 Bayonne 에서 Uber 드라이버 Michael Rumberger를 살해 한 혐의를 받았습니다 . [30] [31] Rumberger의 피는 가해자 소유의 성경에서 발견되었으며 그의 DNA 는 그들의 옷과 하나의 무기에있었습니다. Anderson과 Graham은 "Rumberger"라는 성의 의미를 검색했습니다. [11]

Anderson and Graham were also suspects in an incident a week before the Jersey City shooting, when on December 3 two shots were fired at a vehicle driven by a person clearly identifiable as being Jewish, on U.S. Route 1/9 near Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey. The vehicle's rear window was shot out. Graham’s phone was in the area at the time of the shooting, and the ballistics matched a gun linked to the two assailants, it was later determined.[11]

Anderson had made posts on social media that were anti-police and anti-Semitic. His language was linked to that used by the Black Hebrew Israelite movement, which has no connection to mainstream Judaism, the extremist fringe of which includes numerous hate groups listed by the Southern Poverty Law Center.[12] Anderson and Graham bought a number of weapons, and trained to use them in Ohio. Before they engaged in the Jersey City attack, they researched another possible attack on a Jewish community center in Bayonne.[11]

Motive

Mayor of Jersey City Steven Fulop, referring to the market, tweeted that the shooters "targeted the location they attacked".[32] He later referred to the attack as a hate crime.[31][3] Mayor of New York Bill de Blasio called the attack a “premeditated violent antisemitic hate crime” and an “act of terror.”[33] New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal stated that evidence indicated acts of hate and domestic terrorism fuelled both by anti-Semitism and anti-law enforcement beliefs.[34]

Media reported that a handwritten note, which authorities call "manifesto-style', found inside the van said “I do this because my creator makes me do this and I hate who he hates.”[35][36]

Aftermath

The Jersey City Medical Center, 12 Jersey City Public Schools in the vicinity as well as that of Sacred Heart Church, located across the street, were on lock-down during the incident.[37][38] That school was taken over by law-enforcement agencies and used during the incident.[39] Between 50-60 children were held in the yeshiva of Khal Adas Greenville next to the market.[26][40] Public transportation on NJ Transit buses and the Hudson Bergen Light Rail in the area were suspended. The New Jersey Turnpike Newark Bay Extension was temporarily closed.[41][10]

President Donald Trump was briefed about the incident at the White House. He gave his condolences to the victims and their families via a tweet.[42] Governor of New Jersey Phil Murphy expressed his condolences, his thoughts and prayers for police, residents, and school children, and praise for the slain detective in a series of tweets.[43][44] Cory Booker, junior United States Senator from New Jersey, and Mayor Fulop also expressed their condolences.[citation needed]

On December 12, 2019, US Representative Rashida Tlaib released a tweet on her personal account blaming the attack on white supremacy, which was later deleted.[45]

Mayor Fulop said a trustee of the Jersey City Board of Education, Joan Terrell-Paige, should resign due to a Facebook message she posted after the shooting, in which she said black residents were "threatened, intimidated and harassed" by "brutes of the jewish community" (sic).[46][29] She made reference to accusations of rabbis selling body parts.[47][48] Terrell-Paige, who is African American,[49] further asked whether the public is "brave enough" to listen to the perpetrators' message.[50][47] Governor Murphy concurred in asking Terrell-Paige to resign; she said she is unrepentant.[51][52] The Anti-Defamation League asked Terrell-Paige to resign citing her "lack of remorse".[53]

Fulop said that analysis of the assailants' computers showed that they likely intended to do more harm, that the yeshiva was the probable target of the attack, and that they "moved more quickly" with their plans because of their encounter with Detective Seals.[54]

In January 2020 Jared Maples, director of the New Jersey Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness, said it was investigating possible funding sources for the attack, but with many lone wolf attacks they "do not need large amounts of funding to conduct their operations, making it difficult to detect and prevent attacks. The most common tactics in domestic extremist attacks include easily obtainable weapons, such as knives, small arms, and vehicles."[55]

The market was re-opened by its owner at a nearby location in March 2020.[56]

See also

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