Anti-Semitic leaflets found at 4 Santa Monica elementary schools; investigation underway

Anti-Semitic leaflets that appear to link Jews to the anti-vaccine movement were discovered at four elementary schools in Santa Monica Thursday morning, the latest in a wave of similar incidents in Los Angeles County, authorities said.

School staff who arrived before noon. 8, among other things, found the posters attached to walls and signage, said Gail Pinsker, spokesman for the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.

At one school, one flyer was attached to a trash can for book donations, and another to an electrical device, she said.

The leaflets show what appears to be a red-and-green Star of David with the phrase “anti-vaxxer” written on it in white block letters.

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