New York Post STOP THE HATE
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New York Post STOP THE HATE

    1. Jake Taylor
    2. Petition by

      Jake Taylor

      New York, NY

To whom this may concern

 

While the community is in shock the community faces this story

The well-known New York Post goes and writes on the cover page; who didn’t Want Him Dead?

This story started late last Thursday night this person was abducted out of his office and was discovered in a dumpster dead; We ask the public to voice your opinion respectfully in regards to the New York Post encouraging and endorsing crime so openly; We the people requesting New York Post to be responsible for clearly being a part of crime by endorsing and encouraging crime

This clearly points to a hate crime

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New York Governor
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New York State House
Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New York
State Rep. Dov Hikind, New York-048
State Sen. Eric Adams, New York-020
State Sen. Simcha Felder, New York-017
Sen. Charles Schumer, New York
New York Post STOP THE HATE

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    News

    1. Reached 8,000 signatures
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    5. The New York Post asked a question about the death of Menachem Stark

      Jake Taylor
      Petition Organizer
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    6. Reached 5,000 signatures
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    9. Borough President of Brooklyn Eric Adams @BPEricAdams

      Jake Taylor
      Petition Organizer

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      Eric Adams ‏@BPEricAdams
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    10. Reached 1,500 signatures
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      Jake Taylor
      Petition Organizer
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    Reasons for signing

    • yossi pal SPRING VALLEY, NY
      • 7 days ago

      Is their 1 person who will stay quiet when. It happens to non-jews? What is that racism all about

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    • Kenneth Hill MONCKS CORNER, SC
      • 23 days ago

      shame on the post

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    • abdelilah airad CASABLANCA, MOROCCO
      • 2 months ago

      chat

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    • Judy Git MINNETONKA, MN
      • 3 months ago

      1) Because it encourages vigilanteism. The punishment for being a "slumlord" isn't death. 2) It encourages anti-Semitism in that it posted a picture of a religious Jew. I hope and pray that other (non "slumlord") religious Jews are not attacked because of this irresponsible article.

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    • Teresa Goodier LEESBURG, VA
      • 3 months ago

      NYP: Judge, jury and executioner?

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