Court Hearings For Monsey Chanukah Attacker Postponed Until January

The judicial proceedings involving Grafton Thomas, the man accused of carrying out a lethal machete attack on Orthodox Jews at a Chanukah party in Monsey four years ago, have been postponed.

The attack resulted in four individuals sustaining injuries, and one victim, Yosef Neumann z”l, succumbing to his wounds several months later.

Following a court ruling in April that declared Thomas unfit for trial, he was placed in a mental health facility. Alongside state-level charges, Thomas is also facing federal charges.

The court has scheduled his next appearance for January 17th.

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