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Nov 27 2018

Hate Hoaxing for Profit: Michael Kadar

Hate hoaxing isn’t just for fun and to increase awareness of moonbat issues. It can also be done for profit. Recall that last year an Israeli was arrested for making bomb threats against Jewish centers in North America, Europe, and Down Under. Now that Michael Kadar has been sentenced, we know more:

An Israeli-American man was sentenced to 10 years in prison in Israel on Thursday for making about 2,000 hoax bomb threats that forced evacuations of Jewish community centers across the U.S. and planes to make emergency landings.

The hoaxes occurred in 2016 and 2017. Naturally, the media exploited them to promote the Right-Wing Race Hate on the Rise narrative.

The 20-year-old convicted culprit still has not been named by Israeli officials on the grounds that he was a minor when he committed the crimes. However, he…

…has been identified as Michael Kadar in separate indictments in the United States for alleged hate crimes.

Kadar advertised his willingness to make the phony threats on the Dark Web and raked in $240,000 in Bitcoin.

One of his bomb threats was against the Anti-Defamation League in New York.

Kadar would have gotten 17 years, but they cut it to 10 as a reward for having mental health issues.

The court also said Kadar refuses to disclose the password to his Bitcoin digital wallet and its value has since risen to more than $1 million.

He will be well-heeled when he gets out. Also, he gets to see his name on the Hate Hoax List.

On a tip from Dave F.




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