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Mountain View Voice

News - August 25, 2006

Police: Nazi items found in suspects' homes

Conviction in hate crime could mean nine or more years in prison

by Daniel DeBolt

New evidence labeled "Nazi paraphernalia" was reportedly found in the Central Valley homes of Jonathan Rhodes and Joseph Krueger, indicating that Mountain View's recent alleged hate crime "wasn't a spur-of-the moment lapse in judgment," said supervising district attorney Jay Boyarsky.

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Comments

Posted by shalyn, a resident of another community
on Aug 15, 2008 at 8:03 am

just because they have stuff inside of their home with stuff that may indicate your assumptions doesnt mean that it was a "spur of the monent" kind of thing,that guy disprespected and deservered what he got and if he cant own up to his own sh*t then one day he will regret these two men having to go to jail over something that was just really a "mutual combat"


Posted by sergio, a resident of Old Mountain View
on Mar 13, 2010 at 10:27 am

Nazi are all cowards. They never attack one on one. It is always when they out number someone do they act tough.