The incident occurred in Crown Heights on Dec. 24 as a Jewish man, who has not been identified, was walking down Lincoln Place near Albany Avenue when he encountered a large group of black teens.
- The incident occurred in Crown Heights on December 24 as a Jewish man, who has not been identified, was walking down Lincoln Place near Albany Avenue
- The man can be seen attempting to avoid the teens’ path, but as he begins to walk past them one of the assailants throws a folding camping chair at his head
- Startled, the man attempts to walk away from the group but is chased by two of the teenagers, who run toward him and then take it in turns to punch him
- Meanwhile, a third member of the group can be seen picking up the folding chair from the ground and running back toward the victim and throwing it again
- The same group of teenagers were also recorded on surveillance camera carrying out a second brutal attack on a 56-year-old Jewish man moments later
- The attack is the 14th reported incident of anti-Semitic violence in New York since December 8