Former Miami-Dade PD worker’s anti-Semitic rant captured on video

An ex-member of Florida’s Miami-Dade Police Department was captured on video hurling vile anti-Semitic abuse at a motorist.

“Move your f—king car, you stupid Jew,” the woman, identified by local media as Leslie Socolov, shouts at someone inside a parked SUV, according to footage posted to Twitter by

Socolov was wearing a “Miami-Dade Homicide” jacket at the time of the incident, which happened outside a Chinese restaurant in Boca Raton Saturday.

“Motherf—ing piece of sh-t!” she continues to yell at the driver, the clip shows.

“Just because you’re Jewish and a Democrat doesn’t give you the right to stay there. Move it! Move it! Move it!”

In a response to the video on Twitter, the Miami-Dade Police Department identified Socolov as a retired civilian employee for the department.

“This hateful speech is appalling and does not represent the values of the MDPD,” the department tweeted.

According to, Socolov, who worked as a transcriptionist for the police department’s homicide division, was arrested later that day.

Former Miami-Dade Police Department member Leslie Socolov was caught on video screaming “Move your f—king car, you stupid Jew,” at a motorist.
Former Miami-Dade Police Department member Leslie Socolov was caught on video screaming “Move your f–king car, you stupid Jew,” at a motorist.
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The anti-Semitic rant came after she allegedly rammed her car into another car.

She was arrested on charges of DUI and disorderly conduct and released on her own recognizance the next day.

But Socolov insisted to the Miami Herald that she is not anti-Semitic, saying she’s Jewish herself.

“I’m not anti-Semitic. I’m getting persecuted,” Socolov told the newspaper as she claimed that she said “you” instead of “Jew.”

“Look at these Democrats getting away with bullsh-t,” she continued.

Socolov made headlines in 2015 when she struck and killed a 70-year-old homeless military veteran and war hero in a hit-and-run. However, she was never charged.

She turned herself in to Aventura police the next day after she said she Googled the accident and discovered what she’d done, the Miami Herald reported.

Prosecutors decided there was no case when she claimed she had no clue that she hit someone, according to

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