New Jersey Mosques Receive Threats Following NYC Terror Attack

Multiple New Jersey mosques are receiving threats following Tuesday's deadly truck attack at a New York City bike path.  The Islamic Center of Passaic County has received a series of angry calls threatening violence and arson but authorities have not said whether any of them was credible. The president and chief executive officer says one caller ranted, "we're gonna come get you and kill you," while another said "get out of the country," followed by slurs and curses.  The Masjid Omar Mosque and Muslim Community of New Jersey in Middlesex County also said they received threats over the phone. The suspect charged with killing eight and injuring more than a dozen others, Sayfullo Saipov has an apartment in Paterson.