11 accused in ransacking of Venezuela synagogue
Associated Press – March 26, 2009
Venezuelan prosecutors have filed charges against eight police officers and three other people, accusing them of involvement in a January attack on Caracas' largest synagogue, prosecutors said Thursday.
Prosecutors said in a statement they've asked a court to approve charges including robbery, "acts of contempt against a religion," and concealing firearms.
Among the suspects is a police officer who worked as a bodyguard for a rabbi. Another suspect is one of two security guards on duty during the attack, who is suspected of aiding intruders by deactivating an alarm and an electric fence surrounding the building.
Attackers broke into the Tifaret Israel synagogue on Jan. 30—shattering religious objects, spray-painting anti-Semitic slogans and stealing a computer database with the names and addresses of Jews in Venezuela. Full Article
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