Exclusive: Yitzchak Shuchat Extradited To USA

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Yitzchak Shuchat has been extradited to the U.S.A.

See: ישראלי הוסגר לארצות הברית בגין אלימות על רקע גזעני

As I write this, Shuchat is being processed in the 71st precinct. Shuchat was brought in by the U.S. Marshals.

Yitzchak Shuchat, a former member of the Crown Heights Shmira crime patrol was indicted for second degree assault as a hate crime, following the alleged April 2008 beating of a black man, Andrew Charles.

Yizchak Shuchat spent his time in hiding by making hundreds of frivolous complaints (out right Mesira) against members of the Crown Heights Shomrim Patrol, causing much unnecessary aggravation and monetary loss.

Stay tuned for updates.

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13 Responses to “Exclusive: Yitzchak Shuchat Extradited To USA”

  1. antimesira Says:

    Justice will -i hope- be served.

    i must note. It’s very strange that his so called people have been very quit about him for a couple of years and especially now that he is here.
    I find this very suspicious.

  2. Leib Says:

    Sad it had to come to this.

    • WhoIsShmira? Says:

      This could have been avoided.

      I second ‘antimesira’, where are “his people”?

      I just hope that after everything is done, we will have the truth.

      I also hope that Shuchat realizes that he was betrayed and will therefore do what is good for him and his family.

  3. Extradited from Israel, NYC man charged in attack Says:

    Published: July 18, 2014 2:55 PM
    By The Associated Press

    NEW YORK – (AP) — Authorities say a man who fled to Israel shortly after his April 2008 indictment on hate crime charges has been returned and arraigned in New York.

    Brooklyn prosecutors say Yitzchak Shuchat pleaded not guilty Friday to second-degree assault as a hate crime, attempted assault and other charges.

    Bail was set at $300,000. His attorney didn’t return a message.

    Prosecutors say the Orthodox Jewish defendant beat 21-year-old Andrew Charles with a baton and tried to beat his friend in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. The alleged victims are black.

    U.S. marshals brought Shuchat to New York on Thursday.

    Shuchat surrendered his passport and a judge issued orders of protection for Charles, his friend and witnesses.

    Authorities say he went to Israel via Canada.

  4. CHER Says:

    Seems like someone posted bail for the Mossher (informer) Yitzchak Shuchat.

    He was spotted today at or around 6pm on Crown Street (bet. Troy and Schenectady) speaking to Zalman Lezell.

  5. antimesira Says:

    Now that hes been charged, is he going to join the COP or NYPD will wait until hes convicted to allow him to join the criminal on patrol?

  6. P.I. Says:

    Yitzchak Shuchat is currently in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania.

  7. anon Says:

    who cares? nobody -not even his so called “friends” are talking about this loser, let him drown in his own troubles.

    those recordings of him killed him.

  8. James Zimmerman Says:

    If he hit the black kid let him answer for this, black white or JEWISH should not matter. If he ran to Israel, then that implies guilt……

  9. Jewish Man's 'Hate Crime' Case Over Black Man's Attack Reopens Racial Wounds Says:

    Associated Press-

    Crown Heights, NY -Yitzhak Shuchat, a white member of a civilian patrol group, and Andrew Charles, the black son of a police officer, came face to face in 2008 in a neighborhood with a history of racial strife — that much is certain.

    But six years later, the circumstances of the encounter in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn remain murky, even as prosecutors pursue charges against 28-year-old Shuchat alleging he attacked Charles because of his race. Shuchat’s supporters in the neighborhood’s Orthodox Jewish community have reacted with dismay over what they call a hate crime investigation gone awry.

    Authorities “took a minor incident and made it into a very serious situation,” said state Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who is Jewish. “This could have been resolved a long time ago. It makes absolutely no sense.”

    The case received renewed attention last month when deputy U.S. Marshals retrieved Shuchat from Israel after he lost a lengthy extradition fight. He pleaded not guilty July 18 in a Brooklyn court to second-degree assault as a hate crime, attempted assault and other charges and was released on $300,000 bail put up by Jewish benefactors.

    Prosecutors have yet to explain why they’re treating the case as a racial incident, said Shuchat’s attorney, Paul Batista. In other hate crime cases, there are typically racial slurs or other clear evidence of bias.

    “I don’t know where the hate element came in,” Batista said. “Yitzy has no racial animus toward anyone.”

    Asked in a recent television interview to describe their encounter, Charles responded, “They attacked us, and that’s about it.” He didn’t elaborate.

    The Brooklyn district attorney’s office declined to comment.

    The case resurrected old wounds in Crown Heights, where violence exploded in 1991 after a black child, Gavin Cato, was accidentally hit and killed by a car in a Jewish motorcade. A group of blacks responded by stabbing to death a rabbinical student from Australia who was walking down the street.

    Over the years the tensions in Crown Heights have dissipated as the neighborhood has become more gentrified. But occasional violence linked to race or religion has persisted — and can still stir up old fears.

    In 2008, the New York Police Department increased patrols in Crown Heights after the incident with Charles and a report that a Jewish teenager was robbed and beaten by black kids.

    According to police, Charles was walking with a black friend when they were confronted by a white man who pepper-sprayed Charles. Then an SUV pulled up and a white passenger — later identified by police as Shuchat — jumped out and hit him with a nightstick.

    Authorities concluded Shuchat and the other man were volunteers with the civilian patrol, Shmira, and convened a grand jury to look into the matter — a move criticized by the Jewish community but welcomed by black leaders.

    “You can’t have a group, whether it’s the Bloods, Crips or Shmira, acting like vigilantes,” then-District Attorney Charles Hynes told a local Jewish newspaper.

    After learning he was wanted as a suspect, Shuchat fled to Israel through Canada amid claims he couldn’t get a fair trial. He was indicted on the hate crime charges a few weeks later after prosecutors concluded bias was the only motive.

    The defense doesn’t dispute that Shuchat had a run-in with Charles. But it says Shuchat was responding to a radio call reporting that two black men were throwing rocks and cursing at Jews. It also claims Charles wasn’t harmed despite being taken to the hospital.

    “It was an argument between two people on the street,” Batista said. “There’s nothing more to it.”

    Shuchat started a family in Israel before Brooklyn prosecutors sought his extradition. While he fought it, Crown Heights Jewish leaders circulated letters of support and started a defense fund.

    “Yitzy’s young family does not deserve to be torn apart by a prosecution out to pander to rabble-rousers in the community,” wrote the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council.

    Community activist Taharka Robinson, who’s advising Charles’ family, said Shuchat’s decision to leave the country was telling.

    “I don’t believe anyone would flee and go through Canada to get into Israel if they did not engage in an act that injured someone,” he said.

    Shuchat’s supporters see the extradition as an opportunity for vindication.

    “I’m glad he’s back so things can be cleared up,” Hikind said.

    http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-features/1.608436

    http://www.vosizneias.com/173959/2014/08/02/2343-crown-heights-ny-jewish-mans-hate-crime-case-over-black-mans-attack-reopens-racial-wounds/

  10. Chaim H. Says:

    Dov Hikind is a hypocrite and lair.


    “Authorities “took a minor incident and made it into a very serious situation,” said state Assemblyman Dov Hikind, who is Jewish. “This could have been resolved a long time ago. It makes absolutely no sense.””

    #1 What business does Dov Hikind have with a Crown Heights issue, who ever elected him to represent us and don’t we have our very own “community leaders”?
    Where is Chanina Sperlin or the Shmira coordinators Yossi Stern, Leib Skoblo, Chezky Ezagui and the muslim rat Yanky Prager to speak on behalf of their minion yitzchak Shuchat?

    #2 Kind of reminds me of what the corrupt cabal of Mossrim at the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council inc, and their Shmira Mesira gang did to the Shomrim Six. Dov Hikind assisted the Mossrim in their prosecution of the Shomrim Six. They took a minor thing and made a blood libel with it. Two years of court appearances, ending off with a six week trial with a threat of 15 plus years in a violent prison, reserved for the worse of our society.


    “After learning he was wanted as a suspect, Shuchat fled to Israel through Canada amid claims he couldn’t get a fair trial. He was indicted on the hate crime charges a few weeks later after prosecutors concluded bias was the only motive.”

    But these same Mossrim thought the justice system was going to be fair to the Shomrim Six?
    https://whoisshmira.wordpress.com/2011/11/24/hypocrisy-prison-good-for-shomrim-six-but-not-for-shuchat/

    While Shuchat was hiding in Israel, the the corrupt cabal of Mossrim at the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council inc, and their Shmira Mesira gang were orchestrating with their “attorneys” Paul Huebner, Elie C. Poltorak and the DA office, the Shomrim Six blood libel.


    “Yitzy’s young family does not deserve to be torn apart by a prosecution out to pander to rabble-rousers in the community,” wrote the Crown Heights Jewish Community Council.”

    But six other members (shomrim six) of the Crown Heights community, who have families with young children did deserve to be torn apart by a prosecution out to pander to rabble-rousers in the community?

    You know that someone has no real argument to make when they start to use the “poor children’s” line. For example: look at the tactic of the terrorist group Hamas…it’s all about the “children”.


    “Shuchat’s supporters see the extradition as an opportunity for vindication.

    “I’m glad he’s back so things can be cleared up,” Hikind said.”

    Shuchat supporters? Where the hell are they?
    They are not even writing comments in support. They are totally avoiding writing about him on their web-sites. It’s like he’s just dead to them.

    Again, Hikind is a hypocrite and lair.

    If Hikind is “glad he’s back”, then why did he fight the Extradition Of Yitzchak Shuchat To Brooklyn?
    http://failedmessiah.typepad.com/failed_messiahcom/2012/12/dov-hikind-trying-to-block-israels-extradition-of-yitzchak-shuchat-to-brooklyn-123.html

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