An Australian man received a suspended sentence for making threats against the local Jewish community. It is believed to be the first time a conviction has been recorded for a crime against Jews in the city of Melbourne. Stephen Kennedy, 44, was found guilty recently in Melbourne Magistrates Court of making a death threat and of using a telecommunications device for harassment.
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