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Csaba John Csukás saw his passenger as a Jew, so he beat him

Csaba John Csukás saw his passenger as a Jew, so he beat him

March 16, 2024 – 10:00 pm

A California driver could face up to ten years in prison for a hate crime. On October 26 last year, 39-year-old Kasaba John Csokas, a car-sharing service provider who was not named in the indictment – Live and let us fly According to his information, as a Lyft driver, he attacked a passenger with anti-Semitic motives.

He allegedly picked up a passenger at San Francisco International Airport, first asking him if he was Israeli or Jewish, because he “would not carry Israelis or Jews.” He then punched the passenger in the face The Sacramento Bee reports.

Chowkas was produced in court on March 13, where a warrant was also issued for his arrest. Merrick Garland, the US Attorney General and also Attorney General, spoke in his case. “No one should live in fear in our country because of their faith or origin,” he said.

According to federal law, anyone who attacks someone because of their “race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, or disability” commits a hate crime. So Csukás was investigated by the FBI, and the federal prosecutor in charge of the Northern District of California, Ishmael J. Ramsay, accusations against him. According to Ramzi, “If someone uses public transportation, whether it's a taxi, a bus, or a car-sharing service, they should be able to do so without the driver looking at their race or religion, let alone hitting them.”

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According to Live and Let's Fly, Csaba John Csukás has been very active on social media YouTube on And that On Instagram Also, but now he has deleted all his accounts.

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