Man Makes Heil Hitler Sign in Front of Holocaust Museum

The man had someone take his picture while making the sign in front of the Skokie museum.

A man made the “Heil Hitler” sign in front of the Illinois Holocaust Museum in Skokie last week while a woman took his photo, police said.

He then yelled “Sieg Heil” at the security guard out the window of his car as they drove away around 8 a.m. March 16.

Police describe the man as 20-29 years old, between 5-foot 8-inches and 5-foot 10-inches tall, 160-170 pounds, with reddish blond hair and wearing glasses. The woman with him is described as 20-29 years old, heavyset with glasses and brown hair. 

David May 22, 2014 at 08:28 AM
Dan and Stu, it's obvious you aren't Jewish--and if you are, you portray two bizarre Jewish anomalies of extreme indifference. Jewish or not, you should understand that Nazis showing themselves in force in a predominantly Jewish town (at least at that time), would be forever relevant. Just as the Holocaust from around 75 years ago, will always be relevant. Just as slavery in this country, which was abolished in 1865, will be forever relevant. The only thing not relevant are your myopic opinions on this matter.
Stu Pidasso May 22, 2014 at 10:50 PM
it's obvious you are a MORON!
forest barbieri May 23, 2014 at 08:42 AM
@Dan Rightfully, It seems they removed your post about "27 million Russians dying in WWII and you do not see them belly aching." What a stupid comment! Are you kidding me?
Steve S. May 30, 2014 at 09:28 AM
Hey Dan, didn't you dad or stepdad beat your mother? And that's why you feel the need to prove your manhood by having a gun on you at all time? Tell your mom to get over it already as it happened long ago. You too should just forget about how she was beaten and raped and sodomized and move on. Just forget her painful past, as you are asking Jews to do. Your childhood turned you into a sociopath. Is your mom still living, has she recovered from her bad life, how was she even able to raise such a smart successful round laker while she was being beaten. Should we all not sympathize with your moms situation? Freud would've had a field day with the Cox family.


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