Police Investigating Anti-Semitic Hate Crime Against College Professor Who Received 'Gas Jews Die' Note
Oberlin College, a small liberal arts college in Ohio, says one of its professors — and his family — was the victim of an anti-Semitic hate crime this week in the college town.
According to police there in Oberlin, Benjamin Kuperman, an associate professor at the school and chair of its computer science department, was awoken at 3:30 am Thursday morning after hearing noises outside his family's front door.
When Kuperman went to investigate, he found that sea shells on his porch had been smashed, and a note was left behind a mezuzah he had hung on his door.
The note had letters haphazardly glued on, which read: