Two indicted in N.J. synagogue firebombings
Aakash Dalal and Anthony Graziano could face life in prison if convicted on all 30 counts in the indictment.
A New Jersey grand jury indicted two men charged with firebombing several synagogues in the state.
Aakash Dalal and Anthony Graziano could face life in prison if convicted on all 30 counts in the indictment handed down last Friday.
Dalal and Graziano, who were 19 at the time of the crimes in 2012, are charged with bias, intimidation, conspiracy to commit arson on a synagogue and aggravated arson, as well as attempted murder and terrorism charges.
Graziano was arrested in January 2012, shortly after the attacks in northern New Jersey's Bergen County. Dalal was arrested in March of the same year.
One of the attacks, on Congregation Beth El in Rutherford, wounded Rabbi Nosson Schuman, who lives with his family in the synagogue residence. Molotov cocktails thrown at the synagogue set fire to the bedroom of the rabbi's family.