Fairfax County Police detectives are investigating numerous reports they received on Friday and Saturday of “suspicious flyers portraying bias material” being distributed in the Fair Oaks area. Patch obtained a copy of the flyer but is not publishing it in order to avoid spreading the content to a wider audience. The flyer contains many antisemitic tropes. The advocacy organization fighting antisemitism – StopAntisemitism – has attributed the antisemitic flyers to the Goyim Defense League (GDL). The league travels the country distributing these hateful flyers targeted Jewish communities. Similar flyers were found in a nearby city earlier this month.
siehe dazu auch: Teen arrested for shoplifting tied to hate flyers distributed in Fair Oaks. A teenager who was arrested for shoplifting on Sunday was found to be linked to hate/bias flyers that were distributed in Fair Oaks last week. Officers from the Fair Oaks District said on Saturday, Aug. 19 that they were investigating a series of “suspicious flyers portraying bias material” that had been distributed throughout the area over the previous two days. “The Fairfax County Police Department is engaging in discussions with religious leaders across the County to address the incident and identify prompt measures to enhance the safety and security of our religious community,” a release from the Fairfax County Police Department (FCPD) said. Detectives investigating bias incident in Fair Oaks On Sunday, Aug. 20, officers were called to the Target at the Fair Lakes Shopping Center for a shoplifter who was in custody. FCPD said that the Target Asset Prevention Team told officers that the suspect was seen stealing a staple gun, sandwich bags, glue and other items.