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New York - Convicted Child Molester Sues Monsey Rabbi For Slander

Published on: September 19, 2015 11:00 PM
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(Left) Rabbi Yaakov Horowitz is being suit by Convicted child moster Yona Weinberg(Left) Rabbi Yaakov Horowitz is being suit by Convicted child moster Yona Weinberg

New York - A Monsey rabbi who has long been an outspoken voice in the battle against sexual abuse is finding himself facing another fight after being sued by a convicted child molester for defamation.

According to a report in Yediot Acharonot, Yona Weinberg, who moved to Jerusalem last year, won a summary judgment against Rabbi Yakov Horowitz, director of Project Y.E.S., for using Twitter to warn Har Nof residents that their new neighbor was a registered level three sexual offender and a convicted pedophile who presented a clear and present danger to their children.

As previously reported on VIN News, Weinberg, a former Flatbush social worker and a bar mitzvah tutor, was convicted of sexually abusing two boys, ages 12 and 13, in 2009 and sentenced to 13 months in prison.

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In the lawsuit, Weinberg claimed that Rabbi Horowitz’s warnings created tremendous difficulties for him, both with his neighbors and with his children’s schools.  Weinberg’s attorney, Eitan Lehmann told Yediot Acharonot that the suit is unrelated to his previous conviction.

“The issue at hand is that Rabbi Horowitz lied when he claims that my client fled the United States or that there are new charges being brought against him, which are harmful lies,” said Lehmann.

VIN News reached out to Rabbi Horowitz, who declined to comment on the ongoing case, but according to a Daily News report, police went to Weinberg’s home last January to arrest him for assaulting an 11 year old Brooklyn boy last January, only to discover that Weinberg had moved to Israel.

Because the assault charge is only a misdemeanor, Weinberg will not be extradited from Israel but a spokesperson at Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson’s office said that Weinberg will face charges if he ever returns to New York.

An email sent by Rabbi Horowitz on Friday said he was served with papers at his Monsey home this past June informing him that an Israeli court had issued a summary judgment against him, obligating him to pay Weinberg 200,000 NIS ($55,000 USD) plus court costs for publicly slandering him.

Rabbi Horowitz added that his lawyer had the judgment set aside, but that he is still facing potential legal action and hefty fines, a prospect that he described as a campaign of “use/abuse of power, manipulation and intimidation.”

The notion that a convicted child molester could successfully strike back against those who call him out for his actions was particularly disturbing to Rabbi Horowitz, who mused that the specter of potential lawsuits could potentially prevent abuse victims from coming forward.

“If Weinberg is picking a public fight with a balding 56 year old who has a public voice, media access and a history of advocacy, just imagine what he might do/have done to the frightened single mother who pressed charges against him in the first place,” wrote Rabbi Horowitz.

Rabbi Horowitz described Weinberg’s case against him as “jaw-dropping.”

“The idea that an Israel court didn’t dismiss the charges is inexplicable to me,” Rabbi Horowitz told Yediot Acharonot.  “I made the public aware of information that the United States government felt is appropriate to publicize.”

“Unfortunately, the Israeli government has seen fit to take in a dangerous sexual offender who has the gall to sue someone for warning the public of the danger that he presents,” added Rabbi Horowitz’s attorney, Yitzchak Baum.


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 Sep 19, 2015 at 11:45 PM Anonymous Says:

Sex offenders residence are public records in the US, arent they? This is not a moyerdige slenderizing. Its just a warning for parents there and sorry for his kids. But its very open public info in US anyway and a therapist once told me of the deep pain that stays for a very very long time inside a raped or abused child. So let the yerushalmis beware. Enough cover ups as is... dont need more cover ups

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 Sep 19, 2015 at 11:52 PM shaya1 Says:

Rabbi horowitz lost my trust when he marked the Anivarsery of The year of Mr weberman conviction. No matter if he is guilty or not. What gain did he have marking that just to insult more his family if all wasn't enough. And making people aware that he still exists. Therefore I don't have much sympthty for him being now busy with lawyers and hefty fees......

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 Sep 19, 2015 at 11:53 PM Esther Says:

And the fact that Israel has allowed scores of child molesters to flee to Israel is also inexplicable and horrible.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 12:16 AM Anonymous Says:

Thank you RABBI YAAKOV HOROWITZ for being a breath of fresh air, may you be Matzliach In ALL that you do.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 12:43 AM qazxc Says:

Reply to #2  
shaya1 Says:

Rabbi horowitz lost my trust when he marked the Anivarsery of The year of Mr weberman conviction. No matter if he is guilty or not. What gain did he have marking that just to insult more his family if all wasn't enough. And making people aware that he still exists. Therefore I don't have much sympthty for him being now busy with lawyers and hefty fees......

I was also a little disappointed in the way Rabbi Horowitz marked the one year anniversary of Weberman's conviction.

The occasion called for a full fledged yom tov. If you aren't going to mark such a great day for klal yisroel correctly than don't do it at all!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 01:12 AM Parent Says:

Har Nof is a haven for child molesters. We considered putting our girls in a dorm there but luckily we found out the place is owned by a creep who actually molested children on the property. His family stick by him and look after the place and the business while he sits - for the second time. To them he is completely innocent. Apparently in Israel there is no such thing as a sex offenders registry, so people have no idea who is living next door, it's frightening.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 01:29 AM Anonymous Says:

Thank you rabbi Horowitz. No convicted abuser should be able to move to another area and be able to hide their past, work in schools and with kids. Jail doesn't change who they are and stop them from reoffending. Information is the best antidote!!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 02:11 AM rikki Says:

Reply to #2  
shaya1 Says:

Rabbi horowitz lost my trust when he marked the Anivarsery of The year of Mr weberman conviction. No matter if he is guilty or not. What gain did he have marking that just to insult more his family if all wasn't enough. And making people aware that he still exists. Therefore I don't have much sympthty for him being now busy with lawyers and hefty fees......

If your child were sexually abused by this monster, would you still be making these comments?????? I sure don't think so!!!!!!!!!!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 04:45 AM BarryLS1 Says:

Sure, the best way for a pedophile to keep a low profile is to publically sue someone! What a faker. The suit itself should defeat any case against Rabbi Horowitz, since that draws far more publicity towards him that Rabbi Horowitz could have done on his own.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 06:51 AM curious Says:

Reply to #9  
BarryLS1 Says:

Sure, the best way for a pedophile to keep a low profile is to publically sue someone! What a faker. The suit itself should defeat any case against Rabbi Horowitz, since that draws far more publicity towards him that Rabbi Horowitz could have done on his own.

You make a very good point. I am disgusted by this lawsuit. I actually know Weinberg personally. I knew him to be a really nice guy. I was shocked when the news about him broke. But as much as I am disgusted, he might have a legal leg to stand on. If Rabbi Horowits, a man who I believe to be a true tzaddik in our time, wrote somethingein error about Weinberg, he can be held liable. Weinberg is just being a dirtbag by trying to make money off of the response to his mental illness.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 08:23 AM shaya1 Says:

(Reply to #8)
I hear you. The conversation itself is too complex for now. But this doesn't change the fact that it wasn't called for. And many people were like. Hey you scored off enough on this one. Keep it cool

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 09:13 AM Chaim Says:

Reply to #11  
shaya1 Says:

(Reply to #8)
I hear you. The conversation itself is too complex for now. But this doesn't change the fact that it wasn't called for. And many people were like. Hey you scored off enough on this one. Keep it cool

When you will condem all the abuse and harassment the Weberman's gave the victim's family (and yes a good part of the harassment was coming directly from his family) only then do you reserve the right to criticize Rabbi Horowitz.
If you feel that Weberman is an innocent man in jail, you can't be further from the truth. At his trial his guilt was written all over the wall. Clear and day. His guilt had zero doubt.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 09:35 AM a few points Says:

1. this is good pr for rabbi horowitz - a good man but he LOVES the spotlight.
2. how is a guy & his family ever to start over ? i dont have the answer but its a good question
3. isreal does not have the same laws as the states & thats why the court did not throw out the case -

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 10:01 AM OYVY2 Says:

Yasher Koach to Rabbi Horowitz, he is a singular force in the battle to let parents know about the horrible scourge of pedophiles and their whereabouts. If all our "leaders" would step forward as he does, perhaps we can start looking after our precious children and indeed be responsible for generations to come. Don't put your head in the sand

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 11:02 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #8  
rikki Says:

If your child were sexually abused by this monster, would you still be making these comments?????? I sure don't think so!!!!!!!!!!

I think Shaya1's point was there is justice and then there is revenge and gleaming at the fall of a sick person. Yes a molestor deserves to be locked up. By why make a loud yom tov like ceremony? Just to stick it in his face? Does the keltsky family make a huge yom tov on the day levi Aron got locked up? They know Levi Aron needs to be locked up but to call it a yom tov is totally uncalled for. These are sick individuals that nebach cause tremenous harm. Its not a happy day that Aron got locked up despite the fact that he needs to be locked up for life. And the same is true for molestors.
May hashem give the Kletsky's and all other victims the stregnth to move on. You are all in my tefilos this yom kippur.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 11:03 AM shaya1 Says:

(Reply to 13)

Good point!!!!

(Reply to 12)
the discussion is rabbi horowits not guilt or not. He overdid it. And now he is eating it

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 11:28 AM anonymous Says:

Reply to #12  
Chaim Says:

When you will condem all the abuse and harassment the Weberman's gave the victim's family (and yes a good part of the harassment was coming directly from his family) only then do you reserve the right to criticize Rabbi Horowitz.
If you feel that Weberman is an innocent man in jail, you can't be further from the truth. At his trial his guilt was written all over the wall. Clear and day. His guilt had zero doubt.

Were you there to witness what he did or do you just believe the court who were influenced by loud mouths jazzy women? There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim.

BEWARE: The way you judge others, that how Hashem will judge you on Yom Kippur. If I were you, Horowitz and others, I'd find loopholes and whatnot to judge others positively.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 11:45 AM ekatz Says:

My son was a classmate of Weinberg in mesivta. Yes, he seemed like a nice guy, and maybe in some respects he is, but he has a mental disorder which makes him a terrible sakono for a community. If a nice guy with a fatal communicable disease was moving into an unsuspecting community, would you remain silent?
To "a few points": I hate to even have to dignify your accusation against R. Horowitz as seeking publicity with a response, but when you are almost the only voice willing to speak out against a horrible machalo, you need publicity. Going into Yom Kippur, you may want to think about what the Chofetz Chaim says about hotza'as shem ra.
How can an abuser start over? Maybe he can start by tshuva, which includes azivas hachet and kablolo al habo Since my understanding is that the recidivism rate is almost 100%, any kabolo al habo which does not include serious therapy is a joke.
An Israeli court is persecuting a yid for being mekayaim a mitzva "Lo sa'amod al dam reyecha"
I hope there is someone in the Israeli legal system who has rachmonus on Yiddishe kinder.
I wish RH and his family a ksiva vachasiima tova and a year of continued hatzlocho.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 12:47 PM Esther Says:

Reply to #11  
shaya1 Says:

(Reply to #8)
I hear you. The conversation itself is too complex for now. But this doesn't change the fact that it wasn't called for. And many people were like. Hey you scored off enough on this one. Keep it cool

Then many people still don't get how horrible sexual abuse is and how crucial it is for these monsters,even if they ware a streimel and bekeshe,to be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 12:49 PM Esther Says:

Reply to #13  
a few points Says:

1. this is good pr for rabbi horowitz - a good man but he LOVES the spotlight.
2. how is a guy & his family ever to start over ? i dont have the answer but its a good question
3. isreal does not have the same laws as the states & thats why the court did not throw out the case -

Your post reaks of ignorance. Educate your self!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 12:51 PM Esther Says:

Reply to #15  
Anonymous Says:

I think Shaya1's point was there is justice and then there is revenge and gleaming at the fall of a sick person. Yes a molestor deserves to be locked up. By why make a loud yom tov like ceremony? Just to stick it in his face? Does the keltsky family make a huge yom tov on the day levi Aron got locked up? They know Levi Aron needs to be locked up but to call it a yom tov is totally uncalled for. These are sick individuals that nebach cause tremenous harm. Its not a happy day that Aron got locked up despite the fact that he needs to be locked up for life. And the same is true for molestors.
May hashem give the Kletsky's and all other victims the stregnth to move on. You are all in my tefilos this yom kippur.

Why always this misplaced rachmanos for child molesters? You just don't get it!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 01:16 PM ekatz Says:

Has anyone considered the damage this does to Israel as a nation? Israel is constantly bombarded with a toxic mixture of outright lies and insanely hypocritical accusations. Now we have an unsympathetic administration, and our support in congress seems to be in danger of eroding.
Do we reallly need to hand our enemies another weapon - an apparently justified accusation that Israel offers not only a haven for US abusers, but also a legal mechanism to retaliate against their victims?
How hard would it be for the Knesset to carve out an exception for convicted abusers? I would hope they would act out of compassion for helpless children, but if not, then let them act to try to mitigate some of the damage this is doing to Israel's reputation. I think that the support we have in the US is largely based on a (correct) perception that Israel holds itself to a higher moral standard.
The doctrine that crying "fire" in a crowded theater should not be legally protected speech is based on the assumption that there is, in actuality, no fire!

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 01:48 PM qazxc Says:

Reply to #17  
anonymous Says:

Were you there to witness what he did or do you just believe the court who were influenced by loud mouths jazzy women? There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim.

BEWARE: The way you judge others, that how Hashem will judge you on Yom Kippur. If I were you, Horowitz and others, I'd find loopholes and whatnot to judge others positively.

Only fools believe Weberman is innocent.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 02:48 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #5  
qazxc Says:

I was also a little disappointed in the way Rabbi Horowitz marked the one year anniversary of Weberman's conviction.

The occasion called for a full fledged yom tov. If you aren't going to mark such a great day for klal yisroel correctly than don't do it at all!

You really should learn to spell so your posts won't seem as unintelligent as they do.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 02:50 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #12  
Chaim Says:

When you will condem all the abuse and harassment the Weberman's gave the victim's family (and yes a good part of the harassment was coming directly from his family) only then do you reserve the right to criticize Rabbi Horowitz.
If you feel that Weberman is an innocent man in jail, you can't be further from the truth. At his trial his guilt was written all over the wall. Clear and day. His guilt had zero doubt.

So you considered yourself judge and jury, or G-d? Which one?

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 03:00 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #17  
anonymous Says:

Were you there to witness what he did or do you just believe the court who were influenced by loud mouths jazzy women? There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim.

BEWARE: The way you judge others, that how Hashem will judge you on Yom Kippur. If I were you, Horowitz and others, I'd find loopholes and whatnot to judge others positively.

Before Yom Kippur, I would hope you could get some saichel (can't buy it). Weberman had a serious problem, and he was in defiance of way too much. He lacks any chezkas kashrus. He disregarded hilchos yichud consistently. He "counseled" women, for which he possessed zero training or qualification. He voluntarily and open eyed walked into a situation where he was vulnerable. He crossed countless red lines. But his political position, and the fact that Satmar schools regularly referred to him made it unpopular to see truth. I have no clue about the specific case that took him to court, but one may freely "believe" he is innocent. The court did not convict him because of because of belief. We do not have to require a secular court to follow halacha, so your parallel is baseless. I have no opinion about the length of the sentence, but I would never allow him to babysit my children. You want him to be innocent, and those who oppose him guilty. It doesn't work.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 03:34 PM Esther Says:

Reply to #17  
anonymous Says:

Were you there to witness what he did or do you just believe the court who were influenced by loud mouths jazzy women? There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim.

BEWARE: The way you judge others, that how Hashem will judge you on Yom Kippur. If I were you, Horowitz and others, I'd find loopholes and whatnot to judge others positively.

But aren't YOU judging those loud mouths jazzy women?

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 06:33 PM BLONDI Says:

Huh? Yona Weinberg was found guilty, sentenced for 13 months and thinks he is innocent? Thank you Rabbi Horowitz for not letting ' blind' parents fall.. should definitely be publicized to unsuspecting parents and children of this sick person

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 07:27 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #17  
anonymous Says:

Were you there to witness what he did or do you just believe the court who were influenced by loud mouths jazzy women? There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim.

BEWARE: The way you judge others, that how Hashem will judge you on Yom Kippur. If I were you, Horowitz and others, I'd find loopholes and whatnot to judge others positively.

" There's good reason why the Torah would not accuse without witnesses. This case is a perfect example. There's no proof that Weberman is guilty. In fact, most people believe he's innocent. It's only clear like the day for those who are out to smear chareidim."

You must be totally ignorant of the facts. Another young girl was ready to testify in the wings. You must be a Weberman relative. Thank goodness he is locked up for a long time. Do you really think the only way a molester is guilty is if there is a witness? Why would Weberman want a witness to watch?

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 09:39 PM #15 Says:

Reply to #21  
Esther Says:

Why always this misplaced rachmanos for child molesters? You just don't get it!

You don't get it.

I have rachmonous on every single jew. A yid is a yid sorry my friend. Yes we must do what we have to, so that molestors don't roam the streets freely but we must show pity. We must lock up molestors but visit them and show them compassion in jail. This was the way of Rav Aryeh Levin. A jew who sins so gravely has a sickness and is not inhernetly evil. Again that doesn't take away from the fact that wemust do our duty to lock these guys up. But we must always show compassion. Making loud in your face yomim tovim for such things are a lack of compassion.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 09:41 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #26  
Anonymous Says:

Before Yom Kippur, I would hope you could get some saichel (can't buy it). Weberman had a serious problem, and he was in defiance of way too much. He lacks any chezkas kashrus. He disregarded hilchos yichud consistently. He "counseled" women, for which he possessed zero training or qualification. He voluntarily and open eyed walked into a situation where he was vulnerable. He crossed countless red lines. But his political position, and the fact that Satmar schools regularly referred to him made it unpopular to see truth. I have no clue about the specific case that took him to court, but one may freely "believe" he is innocent. The court did not convict him because of because of belief. We do not have to require a secular court to follow halacha, so your parallel is baseless. I have no opinion about the length of the sentence, but I would never allow him to babysit my children. You want him to be innocent, and those who oppose him guilty. It doesn't work.

I agree with lamost everything aside from
"He "counseled" women, for which he possessed zero training or qualification."
Come on "counseling without training is prevelant amoungst all charedim. Its not a reason to accuse a man of being guily.

However your other arguments are vailid.

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 Sep 20, 2015 at 10:35 PM berylyoseph Says:

Without passing a judgement on Webermans guilt. I can tell the Jewish men that are so utterly convinced that justice was served. That knowing the composition of the jury that convicted him. That most of them would loved to lock you up too. Had they been able to. Also , I would like to meet a black or spanish guy who got a 100 DAYS sentence for "Yichud".

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 Sep 21, 2015 at 02:08 AM Abuse Monsters Says:

This disgusting chutzpadike molestor belongs in jail. Unfortunately, he is free and living in Har Nof where he can continue chas v'shalom to molest more innocent children. Not only is he free, but he has the chutzpa to sue Rabbi Horowitz for warning parents to protect their children from him!!! Studies show that molestors almost never stop their crimes, and they can molest hundreds of children in their lifetime. They have no conscience, they do not feel guilty or have any feelings for their victims. Their victims, on the other hand, are often destroyed for life. Many of them develop tremendous inner pain, depression, psychosis, and cannot lead normal lives. Some turn to drugs and others commit suicide. Do you want to know what Gehennon is? Talk to a victim of child sexual abuse. You will very quickly change your mind about having rachmones for these monsters. They are murders of innocent souls, and they never stop looking for new victims. The only way to stop them is to lock them up and throw away the key. Thank God Weberman is in jail for life, and I hope that this monster will also be put away for life.

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 Sep 21, 2015 at 12:14 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #33  
Abuse Monsters Says:

This disgusting chutzpadike molestor belongs in jail. Unfortunately, he is free and living in Har Nof where he can continue chas v'shalom to molest more innocent children. Not only is he free, but he has the chutzpa to sue Rabbi Horowitz for warning parents to protect their children from him!!! Studies show that molestors almost never stop their crimes, and they can molest hundreds of children in their lifetime. They have no conscience, they do not feel guilty or have any feelings for their victims. Their victims, on the other hand, are often destroyed for life. Many of them develop tremendous inner pain, depression, psychosis, and cannot lead normal lives. Some turn to drugs and others commit suicide. Do you want to know what Gehennon is? Talk to a victim of child sexual abuse. You will very quickly change your mind about having rachmones for these monsters. They are murders of innocent souls, and they never stop looking for new victims. The only way to stop them is to lock them up and throw away the key. Thank God Weberman is in jail for life, and I hope that this monster will also be put away for life.

You are correct lock them up for good. But they are not monsters. Yes they cause tremendous harm to their victims. They are sick indvidiuals not monsetors. Like many other addicts, molestors are sex addicts. Thats a sickness. I am not negating punishsing them but I diasagree with your rachmonyous thing. Just because victims are harmed doesn't make the molestor any less sick. A yid desreves pity period. Yes they cause gehonim to victims but they do it out of a sickness.
I think the easiest way to see this is thru Levi Aron. Yes he must be locked up for life as he poses a great danger. Yes he caused endless harm to the Kletzky's. But kudos to the kletzky's for also realizing that its best not to drag such a sick individual through the mud.

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 Sep 21, 2015 at 04:18 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #34  
Anonymous Says:

You are correct lock them up for good. But they are not monsters. Yes they cause tremendous harm to their victims. They are sick indvidiuals not monsetors. Like many other addicts, molestors are sex addicts. Thats a sickness. I am not negating punishsing them but I diasagree with your rachmonyous thing. Just because victims are harmed doesn't make the molestor any less sick. A yid desreves pity period. Yes they cause gehonim to victims but they do it out of a sickness.
I think the easiest way to see this is thru Levi Aron. Yes he must be locked up for life as he poses a great danger. Yes he caused endless harm to the Kletzky's. But kudos to the kletzky's for also realizing that its best not to drag such a sick individual through the mud.

Excuse me but the Kletzky's have SUED Levi Aron for $100 million.

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 Sep 21, 2015 at 04:45 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #35  
Anonymous Says:

Excuse me but the Kletzky's have SUED Levi Aron for $100 million.

Ok I did not know that altough that deosn't negate my point. I totally believe that victims should do whatever is necssary within the legal court of law. But realize that the other guy is still a yid and compassion is a must.

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 Sep 24, 2015 at 11:41 AM ActualJew Says:

All power to the rabbi in his battle against this sicko.

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