January 27, 2011
N.J. man arrested for threatening ADL official
A New Jersey man with ties to neo-Nazi organizations was arrested and charged with threatening an Anti-Defamation League official.
A New Jersey man with ties to neo-Nazi organizations was arrested and charged with threatening the director of the New York regional office of the Anti-Defamation League.
Jacques Pluss, 57, of Ridgewood was arrested Wednesday by New Jersey State Police following a SWAT team raid on his apartment, according to reports.
Pluss was charged with bias intimidation and harassment, and for weapons possession after he was found to possess three rifles despite a restraining order that prohibits him from owning weapons. He also frequently visited neo-Nazi websites, police told the Ridgewood News.
He allegedly sent several threats to the director of the New York regional office of the Anti-Defamation League.