Anti-Semitic fliers were found on the steps of homes near Virginia Hospital Center today.
The fliers, soggy from the rain, were spotted in front of homes on 16th Street N. and N. Edison Street. Fliers were also left in front of the hospital’s emergency room entrance, according to a tipster.
Within the fliers were hateful messages and conspiracy theories about Jews and Israel.
Chris Williams, a 16th Street resident, picked up two fliers he found lying around. Others nearby were torn up and in scraps on the street.
“I guess it was a good thing it rained,” he said. “[The fliers] were just laying in the yard. It seems like they didn’t want to get caught because they didn’t go put them where the other fliers go.”
Williams said he’s never seen anything like them in the 11 years he’s lived here.
“I prefer not to live near people like that, but you have to,” he said.
It’s not clear, however, who distributed the fliers. Last week it was reported that similar fliers had been distributed to homes in parts of Arlington, Alexandria, Chevy Chase, Md. and various neighborhoods in Northwest D.C.
An Arlington police spokesman could not be reached for comment.
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