LOS ANGELES: The parents of the teenager accused of worshiping a dead worshiper and three others in California’s synagogue accepted their actions on Monday as “evil” and said that they did not find any clue, to inspire them Found.
John Ernst, 19, was reportedly shot on Saturday in Chavez of Pove synagogue near San Diego and killed 60-year-old Lori Kaye and shot him with a rifle. The rabbis of the center were also included in the injured.
His parents said in a statement issued by his lawyer, “We are sad and deeply sad with the terrible assault on the lynching of the holy synagogue.”
“But our sad pain is more pain and pain than our son has created for so many innocent people, he has killed and injured the loyalists gathered at a holy place on holy day.”
“It is a matter of great shame for us, it is now part of the history of evil, which is dependent on the Jewish people for centuries.”
Before the attack Everest published an anti-Semitic screw online, in which he claimed responsibility for arson against a mosque in the area.
The latest attack took place six months later when a white supremacist shot and killed 11 people in the synagogue in Pittsburgh.
“The work of our son was informed by those whom we do not know, and the ideas we do not catch,” said the parents of earnest.
“Like our other five children, they were raised in a family, a belief and a community that rejected all hatred and taught that love should be the motive for doing everything.
He described his son’s motivations as “a terrible secret” and said that he was helping the police to highlight that “what was this evil and disgusting thing.”