A 6-foot 5-inch tall, 235-pound lawyer walked past a synagogue in San Francisco in the early morning hours.
The lawyer begun shouting a litany of anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist insults.
The lawyer approached some of the congregates, and begun to beat them
over a roughly 10-minute period.
One of the victims suffered broken ribs, a black eye and multiple lacerations in the altercation.
The Supreme Court of California placed the California lawyer on a 60-day suspension. A slap on the wrist for an obvious hate crime.
A mildly stiffer penalty than the reproval he received two years earlier for a previous battery conviction.
Sadly, the one who signed the decision, was Beverly Hills resident, the Jew Ronald George. Pictured here with his wife in one of the many galas that they love to attend.