Because you can't sue skinheads for inciting violence etc., etc. Well, you can, but you won't get a very big settlement. On the other hand . . .
This from Forbes:
"At the close of its fifth day in theaters, the controversial The Passion of the Christ movie officially grossed $125.2 million, and industry experts anticipate that the international box office sales could hit $650 million by the end of its run."
Foxman and the gang would dearly love to be able to pin something on Gibson. They failed to force him to bowdlerise the script, and they failed to scare people away from the film with the claim that Gibson is a neo-Nazi. They failed to nag the Pope into condemning the film.
So now that Gibson's project has seen the light of day AND has become a major money-maker, how about a class action suit to cash in?
Grounds? How about for inciting hate crimes? $650 million means pretty deep pockets, and the jackals are salivating at the prospect of being able to cash in.
That's those Jews for you, in it for the money.
The Aryan Nations would disagree 6.3 million times...