More bias-attack accusations surface in New Square

A new victim alleges he has been targeted in bias attacks for praying outside of New Square's tightly knit main synagogue

David Fromowitz says he and his family moved out of their home yesterday following months of harassment, property damage and dozens of protests outside his home.

Last month, New Square resident Aron Rottenberg suffered burns to more than 50 percent of his body after an attack for allegedly not praying at the community's main synagogue. Police have also confirmed a previous incident prior to the attack on Rottenberg.

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