January 4, 2020
Has anything that Jews say happened ever really happened?
A Jewish man who claimed he was stabbed in an anti-Semitic attack has been arrested after his Apple Watch revealed that he was fabricating the story.
Sean Sammit, 26, claimed he was attacked by an unidentified white man as he left Temple Kol Ami in West Bloomfield, Michigan on the evening of December 15.
Sammit – who works as a cantor at the temple – told police that his attacker had yelled out anti-Semitic slurs and stabbed him in the parking lot before fleeing on foot.
Sammit drove himself to a nearby hospital where he presented with minor injuries.
Investigators combed through surveillance video bu were unable to find any evidence of any attack, Sammit’s story could not be corroborated by any potential witnesses.
Authorities soon became suspicious, and asked to examine Sammit’s Apple Watch in order to analyze his Health Data.
It showed his heart rate did not spike at any time around 7pm – the time he claimed the attack occurred.
Instead, police noticed that his heart rate was elevated earlier in the evening, which prompted them to comb through the inside of Temple Kol Ami.
Apple watches are now a symbol of anti-Semitic hate and white supremacy, no different than the forearm tattoos of concentration camps.
As long as Jews wear these devices, they won’t ever be truly free to do their Jewish stuff unchallenged.
According to The Jewish News, they discovered ‘bloody tissues in Samitt’s office and in the men’s bathroom’. They also found ‘a knife with blood on it in the kitchen area’.
Once confronted with the evidence, Sammit admitted he made up the attack as he wanted to get out of his contract with Temple Kol Ami.
He claimed he had been teased by colleagues because he suffers a ‘medical condition’.
Samitt has worked at the temple since August of 2018 as cantorial soloist. He was also employed as a music teacher at a school connected to the place of worship.
He has now tendered his resignation.
Sammit has been charged with one count of falsely reporting a felony, which is punishable by up to four years in prison. He is set to return to court on January 14.
Punishing this brave Jew is the real crime here.
Through the act of hoaxing a knife attack and blaming a white man, he was calling attention to the very real threat of white supremacy — a threat that’s so vicious and evil that it has recently infected even New York blacks.
Times when even blacks are white supremacists are desperate times, and desperate times call for desperate measures.