Alexandria Police investigate ‘Zoom bombing’ of Jewish synagogue meeting

Alexandria Police are investigating computer harassment against a Jewish synagogue in the city.

On Feb. 13, a Zoom meeting with the Agudas Achim Congregation was interrupted when repeated abusive messages were posted.

A user going by the name of Kailey posted messages saying, “kill the jews eat a coc* nig*** wigger stupid moneykeys.”

Police traced the IP address of the suspect to an Xbox One S in a home in Croydon, Pennsylvania, according to a search warrant affidavit.

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