Belgium - Controversial Rabbi Claims Jewish Mafia Killed In 2004 Secretary Of The Pshevorsker Rebbe
Belgium - While he may be best known for enrolling his sons in an all girls’ school, Rabbi Moshe Aryeh Friedman is taking on a new adversary: Antwerp’s Jewish mafia.
According to reports on Belgium news site Neiuwsblad.be, (http://bit.ly/169rndW) Friedman has filed a criminal complaint with a Belgian court of appeals regarding the closed investigation into the eight year old murder of Moishe Yitzchak Noe, who was shot and killed in the early morning hours of November 18, 2004 while he was unloading groceries from his car.
While it was initially believed to be a case of anti-Semitism, that theory proved to be groundless and police and prosecutors eventually dropped the case.
“Moishe was eliminated by a mafia network that has established itself in the Jewish community of Antwerp,” claimed Friedman. “These are dangerous and influential people who are involved in the laundering of dirty money from drug trafficking and the black diamond trade and involved in other criminal activities. Moshe Noe himself was involved in this network of money launderers. He knew too much about all sorts of nasty things and therefore they had him silenced.”
Friedman further contends that the so called Jewish mafia used its’ connections to intervene into murder of the 24 year old father of four who served as the secretary to the Pshevorsker Rebbe, Rabbi Leibish Leiser.
“The Jewish-orthodox mafia subsequently used all its influence with the public prosecutor so that the investigation of the execution of Moishe Noe should be halted,” said Friedman.
Friedman claims to have been told by one of the higher level members of the crime ring that they were responsible for Noe’s death but was not prepared to divulge any names until the investigation was officially reopened.
Believing that there is evidence of prosecutorial misconduct in the case, Friedman has filed a criminal complaint with the Court of Appeals. Ben Zaijrman, a spokesperson for the Prosecutor’s Office deemed the complain “inadmissable by definition” and suggested that if important information were to surface, the case could potentially be reopened.
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