Dunwoody and Sandy Springs residents outraged by anti-semitic flyers

February 5, 2023
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DUNWOODY — This morning, Dunwoody residents in several neighborhoods were shocked to find Anti-Semitic flyers in their driveways. The hateful messages contained in the flyers have caused concern and outrage among the community.

In response to the incident, Mayor Lynn Deutsch released a statement saying, “On behalf of the Dunwoody City Council, I want to assure everyone that hateful, divisive, and anti-Semitic rhetoric has no place here. Dunwoody is a community that values our diversity and is home to people of all faiths, races, ethnicities, and more.”

She added, “I stand with our Jewish community and all who face intolerance. I believe that love always conquers hate. Please be good to each other.”

Dunwoody Police Chief Billy Grogan also released a statement, saying, “The Dunwoody Police Department is aware that a number of residents of all faiths received anti-Semitic flyers in their driveways overnight. We are actively investigating this incident and working closely with the Sandy Springs Police Department, as their community was victimized as well.”

Grogan added, “If you have any information related to this case, please contact 911. There is no place for hate in Dunwoody.”

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