The protesters say they’re with the Goyim Defense League, which the Anti-Defamation League calls an extremist group.
MACON, Ga. — A South Florida man is out of jail after being arrested Friday during an antisemitic protest in downtown Macon.
After 13WMAZ interviewed Jon Minadeo II, Bibb deputies arrested him for disorderly conduct and public disturbance. They say he kept shouting obscenities through a bullhorn after he was asked to stop.
The protest started around 4:30 p.m. at Temple Beth Israel in downtown Macon, but protesters from the Goyim Defense League started their day farther south in Warner Robins.
People near Peach Blossom Road woke up to anti-Jewish literature in their front yards Friday.
“We actually had one in the driveway, and one in front of our house at the mailbox,” said Tresa Wilson.
Wilson had just gotten home from the bank when her neighbor ran up to her.
“And said, ‘Ma’am, please don’t touch that bag in your driveway.’ …