Jerusalem resident visiting Baltimore for cousin’s wedding shot dead by assailant allegedly yelling anti-Semitic slurs.
Ephraim Gordon, an Israeli citizen from Jerusalem visiting relatives in Baltimore, Maryland, was murdered outside his relative’s home Sunday night.
Gordon, 31, was in Baltimore to attend a cousin’s wedding when he was shot on the doorstep’s of his relative’s house.
Baltimore City Council member Yitzi Schleifer said that surveillance footage showed the suspects trailing Gordon as he parked his car and walked towards the house.
“The murderer must be apprehended and prosecuted. Justice must be served. And we must never wake up to anything like this again,” Schleifer said
The Baltimore police have stated that they believe the murder was a robbery gone wrong. However, eyewitnesses told COLLIVE that the shooter shouted anti-Semitic slurs at Gordon before shooting him.
2. To be clear, the Democrats want MORE CENSORSHIP
If you think that's hyperbole, listen to what Sen. Ed Markey (D-MA) told Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg late last year: the Democratic Party is not demanding *less* online political censorship. They're demanding *more* of it. In his own words:
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) May 5, 2021
3. Is there a scientist in this field that can explain why this matters in the comments?
This is HUGE!!! Finally, sequence-based testing for COVID19 is available!! This is the first lab to win this authorization. More will follow. https://t.co/sLncyAE0Iw
— James Lyons-Weiler (@lifebiomedguru) May 5, 2021
Increasing numbers of people whose underlying cause of death is not coronavirus are still being included in official figures
5. Well, I guess Buffalo Blue Jays is somewhat more alliterative than Toronto Blue Jays. So there is that.
— Hazel Mae (@thehazelmae) May 5, 2021
Thank you all who reached out to me, this site, or read and thought about these issues at all today.
Israel, UAE, Bahrain, Kuwait, Iran, Pakistan, India, Chile, Uruguay, ONTARIO, Austria, Hungary, >>Isle of Man, Bonaire, Seychelles,
— Robert Sapiro (@SapiroRobert) May 6, 2021