Upper West Side neighbors of an alleged neo-Nazi clashed verbally with a militant Jewish group Sunday over whether the man should be evicted from his apartment.
Members of the Jewish Defense Organization marched to the West 88th Street apartment Anthony Cardulis, 34, shares with his mother, chanting, "Evict the Nazis now. No Nazis on the Upper West Side."
Cardulis, who was not at home, faces a bail hearing this week on charges of reckless endangerment and criminal possession of a weapon stemming from his arrest Feb. 24 for allegedly firing a gun inside the five-story building.
Police said they found weapons, ammunition and anti-Semitic literature in the apartment.
Mordechai Levy, who identified himself as the national director of the Jewish group, said that if the manager of the apartment house did not evict Cardulis, the group would resort to "even more stringent measures."
The group has claimed credit in the past for exposing two Ku Klux Klan officials -- one in Queens, the other in Connecticut -- causing both to lose their jobs.