Today marks year anniversary of Monsey Hanukkah attack

Today marks one year since the deadly Hanukkah attack in Monsey.
On Dec. 28, 2019, police say Grafton Thomas stabbed five people at a rabbi's home.
One of those victims died in March. "Violence of any kind is not to be tolerated.  It was a horrific situation. It’s frustrating when you see somebody come from outside our wonderful county to commit a crime such as this.  We must remember that there's much more that joins us, than separates us," says Rockland County Executive Ed Day.
Earlier this month a government forensic psychologist found Thomas is unfit to stand trial. The doctor diagnosed him as a schizophrenic, with severe symptoms.
The U.S. Attorney's office would still like a hearing held to determine whether further treatment will improve his condition. But his lawyers say he should be sent to a psychiatric facility.