The emailed threats come alongside an increase in anti-Semitic hate crimes.
When no one called 911 to report his behavior, the man called the Des Moines Police Department on himself.
The 19-year-old arrested for the wave of JCC bomb scares was allegedly charging as little as $30 for each threat, racking up nearly $240,000 for his services.
The former 'Intercept' reporter harassed his former girlfriend for months before escalating his campaign.
That's a 94 percent increase from just 18 anti-Jewish incidents at the end of February last year, according to the NYPD.
At least 16 institutions reported receiving calls on Monday, marking the fifth burst of anti-Semitic threats this year.
It wouldn't be the first time the meme email service has been the subject of an investigation.
The FBI is hunting for a Twitter user who claimed — falsely — that an airport security employee helped plant bombs on two Atlanta-bound flights Saturday.
The "controversy," to date, has taught us nothing except that a few dudes on the internet are horrible and have no shame.
She claimed her Cinnabon was stale.