Newsday: lawyer-activist offers to fund responses to anti-Semitic acts


Brad Gerstman, a politics-oriented Nassau lawyer, said he is “personally establishing a fund whereby he will donate $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest and prosecution of any individual who commits an anti-Semitic act of hate” in the county.

Gerstman is a member of Nassau’s Holocaust Memorial and Tolerance Center which sponsored a gathering Sunday.

Gerstman said he hopes to work with the center, Nassau police and the district attorney’s office “to expand this initiative by attracting other donors and organizations who feel equally concerned about Jewish safety around the world.”

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