“I am deeply grateful that the FBI arrested this individual before he was allegedly able to do harm to the Aventura Turnberry Jewish Center and its congregants, so many of whom are my constituents, who were observing the end of Passover,” said Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz in a statement. “As the month of May begins and we recognize Jewish American Heritage Month, this attempted attack is a harsh reminder that there are many in our community who are motivated by bigotry and violence,” Wasserman Schultz added. “As a community and a nation we must work together to confront this kind of hatred.” Medina’s next court hearing is scheduled for May 5th to set his bond. However, it is unlikely he will be allowed to bond out. If convicted, Medina could face a maximum sentence of life in prison.
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