Ohio man gets 30 months in prison for attacking man he thought was Jewish
[IsraelTimes] Izmir Koch, originally from The Sick Man of Europe Turkey
...the occupiers of Greek Asia Minor...
, sought out Jewish victim outside Cincinnati restaurant; FBI says it wanted a harsh sentence for the hate crime.

An Ohio man was sentenced to 30 months in prison for attacking someone he believed to be Jewish.

Izmir Koch,
...known wolf Ahiska Turk (ethnic Turks from the former Soviet Union) who, in the company of his friends and relations, was in the habit of beating up anyone who annoyed him...
of the Dayton suburb of Huber Heights, was sentenced last week for attacking Paul Marshall outside a Cincinnati-area restaurant in 2017. He was convicted of committing a hate crime and lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Koch, 34, was standing outside a restaurant asking people if they were Jewish. Though Marshall is not Jewish he answered in the affirmative when asked. Koch then beat him up, causing injuries to his ribs and a fracture of the orbital floor, the bottom portion of his eye socket.
Oddly enough, the several friends and/or relations of Mr. Koch who joined in the festivities at the time are unmentioned.
The assailant, who is originally from Turkey,
...the JTA journalist confuses Turks from the country of Turkey with ethnic Turks, who are mostly from the former Soviet Union. Our miscreant and his Lithuanian victim were conversing in Russian at the time of the unprovoked attack...
was indicted and convicted last year.

Todd Wickerham, a special agent leading the FBI’s office in Cincinnati, said the bureau sought a stiff sentence, Cleveland, kept in touch with the world by Obamaphone,
...was ruled by a Democrat machine from 1942 through 1971. After the river caught fire during the administration of Carl Stokes they tried a Republican, then went back to being Democrats when the party hacked up Dennis Kucinich ...
Jewish News reported.
They sought ten years, but got only 30 months. Perhaps this time they’ll strip him of his citizenship and send him back where he came from...
"We just think the impact of someone being assaulted because of their religious preferences or their background is so impactful in the community that we want to take these cases on to make sure the penalties... really fit the impact of this," Wickerham said.
Posted by: trailing wife 2019-07-21