A box truck decked out in anti-Semitic slogans and men dressed in Nazi uniforms paraded through the Los Angeles area last weekend, prompting an investigation by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. The watchdog group, StopAntisemitism, has identified the men as part of an anti-Semitic hate group called the Goyim Defense League. [tweet_embed] May 31, 2022[/tweet_embed] On Sunday, the truck was film driving through the LA area and stopping in front of the posh Beverly Hills hotel. In the video, a man in yellow shorts and a hat with fake sidelocks, mocking the look of a Hasidic person, runs out of the box truck bellowing, 'The Nazis. The Nazis are coming.' Two men in brown shirts with armbands and helmets with their faces covered by gas masks charged after him and loitered outside the hotel. Anti-Semitic slogans like 'Ann Coulter is right about the Jews' and 'Jewish Lives Matter More' and 'Need any more proof that you're [sic] living in an occupied country,' with the 'o' replaced by a star of David, where written on the truck. [tweet_embed] May 31, 2022[/tweet_embed] 'We are aware of an incident that occurred yesterday involving the non-guests outside of The Beverly Hilton,' a hotel spokesperson told the Jerusalem Post. ' Upon being notified of the incident, we contacted local authorities immediately. We take this matter very seriously as our hotel has zero-tolerance for discrimination of any kind and we are committed to providing a welcoming, hospitable and safe environment for our guests and team members.' Beverly Hills and West Hollywood police were also recorded talking to the men requesting they move on. [tweet_embed] May 31, 2022[/tweet_embed] 'A disgusting anti-Semitic truck spewing vulgar Jew-hatred drove through our streets today. An example of inhumanity,' Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse posted on Twitter. 'As a daughter of an Auschwitz survivor, I will always stand up, speak out and fight this hatred.' No arrests were made, but the West Hollywood Sheriff's station is monitoring the incident 'in case it raises to the level of a crime,' according to the Patch. [tweet_embed] May 31, 2022[/tweet_embed] StopAnti-Semitism noted the stunt was perpetuated by the GDL and the letters could be seen printed on the truck, but the police have not reported who was behind the incident. 'We are horrified that innocent bystanders in Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, Jewish and otherwise, were subjected to such vile and atrocious hate,' Liora Rez, executive director of StopAntisemitism remarked to the LA Times. 'When white supremacists like the Goyim Defense League are allowed to spread this type of vile bigotry without any pushback, then it normalizes Jew-hatred and sends the message that this is tolerable.' The league was responsible for 74 anti-Semitic incidents in 2021, according to the Anti-Defamation League, which monitors hate groups. 'Goyim' is a Yiddish word for anyone who is not Jewish. The GDL is a loose confederation of provocateurs led by Jon Minadeo II, 38, of Petaluma, California, as per the ADL. Rez pointed out that Minadeo and his collaborator Robert Frank Wilson can be seen in the videos of the truck. Minadeo, along with another perpetrator Dominic Di Giorgio, of Port St. Lucie, Florida, posts white supremacist, homophobic and anti-Semitic videos on the YouTube-like platform, GoyimTV. The Anti-Defamation League called the GDL 'a loose network of individuals connected by their virulent anti-Semitism...via the internet, through propaganda distributions and in street actions...to troll or otherwise harass Jews.' Liora Rez, the executive director of StopAntiSemitism, said that the Goyim Defense League has a violent and disturbing criminal history. She revealed that Minadeo pays members to join and uses GoyimTV to post hate-inspired stunts like the one in Beverly Hills.