Friday, May 29, 2015

Bloomingdale resident Robert Brannum: Anti-Semitic fliers found at DC homes [Bloomingdale]

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From: rbrannum@robertbrannum.com
To: rbrannum@robertbrannum.com
Subject: Anti-Semitic fliers found at D.C. homes [Bloomingdale]
Date: Fri, 29 May 2015 06:16:48 -0400

Dear Neighbors in Bloomingdale and Ward 5,

All forms of racism and bigotry must be opposed.  All are welcome to live and to visit in Bloomingdale.

Robert

Robert Vinson Brannum
Former President, Bloomingdale Civic Association, Inc.
President Emeritus, D.C. Federation of Civic Associations, Inc.
Chairman Emeritus, 5th District Citizens’ Advisory Council, Inc.

By — Julie Zauzmer and — Matt Zapotosky May 28 at 8:10 PM
THE REGION
Anti-Semitic fliers found at D.C. homes
A day after anti-Semitic fliers papered a neighborhood in Chevy Chase, Md., similar fliers turned up in a D.C. neighborhood, and people across the region said they had also seen the hateful leaflets at their doorsteps.
Multiple people in the Takoma neighborhood in Northwest Washington contacted The Washington Post to say they had found the flier — a two-page compilation of declarations about Jews and falsified quotations — Thursday morning.
Post readers said they had seen the flier at their homes in D.C. neighborhoods that include Bloomingdale, Cleveland Park, Friendship Heights, Georgetown and Mount Pleasant; in other neighborhoods in Chevy Chase; and in Arlington and Alexandria in Virginia.
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— Julie Zauzmer

See this subsequent Washington Post article:

Man behind anti-Semitic fliers identified, will not face charges

 May 29 at 11:43 AM

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