A Jewish man died from injuries he sustained during a California rally over the war between Israel and Hamas while hate crime is still not yet ruled out in his death despite a lack of evidence.
Jewish Man Dies Day After Sustaining Fatal Injuries During Rally Over War Between Israel and Hamas
A 69-year-old Jewish man identified as Paul Kessler died after sustaining fatal injuries during a rally over the war between Israel and Hamas, wherein the Jewish man got into an argument that eventually resulted in a physical fight between him and a counter-protester.
According to a report published in ABC News, the Jewish man joined a rally and later had a physical fight with a counter-protester named Loay Alnaji, and the Jewish man eventually fell to the ground and hit his head, which was believed to be the cause of death the next day due to fractures.
Following the investigation, the suspect who fought with the Jewish man and was one of the people who reported the incident was arrested in connection with his tragic death, facing multiple charges after causing the death of the Jewish man due to fatal injuries he sustained during their argument.
Hate Crime Still Not Ruled Out in Jewish Man’s Death Despite Lack of Evidence to Support Allegations
While prosecutors claimed that the suspect did not intend to kill or harm the Jewish man, hate crime is still not yet ruled out in the case despite the lack of evidence to support the allegations because of many possibilities.
Authorities continued the investigation into the death of the Jewish man and encouraged anyone who had crucial information about the tragic incident to contact them and help them solve the case, CTV News reported.