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Published on: July 22, 2011 07:53 AM
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NYPD crime scene investigators inspect the car of the suspected killer of Leiby Kletzky ,8, outside his home in the Orthodox Jewish section of Borough Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York July 13, 2011.  ReutersNYPD crime scene investigators inspect the car of the suspected killer of Leiby Kletzky ,8, outside his home in the Orthodox Jewish section of Borough Park in the Brooklyn borough of New York July 13, 2011.  Reuters

New York’ NY - He’s used to busting joyriders and chop-shop operators, but an NYPD “car geek” is being praised for helping to catch Leiby Kletzky’s killer.

When cops hit a roadblock in the search for the 8-year-old boy, they turned to their in-house expert on motors rather than murderers - Detective Tom Burke.

“Call the car geeks!” Assistant Chief Joseph Fox ordered as detectives racked their brains trying to identify the late-model car the Hasidic boy was seen climbing into with a stranger.

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Burke was in bed in Long Island when his boss called the night of Tuesday, July 12.

“He asked me if I had heard about the missing Jewish kid,” recalled Burke, who can tell a car’s make and model just by looking at its hubcaps.

Burke hitched a ride to Brooklyn with his partner, Detective Emanuel (Manny) Rossi. When they reached the command center in front of Leiby’s Borough Park camp, the search for the boy was in full swing and the look on Chief of Detectives Phil Pulaski’s face was urgent.

Pulaski directed the car geeks to a computer, where they were shown a grainy video captured on an 18th Ave. car leasing company’s security camera.

Burke recalled scribbling the words Japanese and hubcaps.

“Within five seconds, I knew it was a Honda Accord,” said Burke, explaining the car’s compact size and simple rear design were telltale signs of a 1990s’ model.

“They change hubcaps every year,” he said. “They are very individual.”

Burke grabbed a printout of the fuzzy car and raced to the 66th Precinct stationhouse to compare it with similar models online.

Within minutes of reaching the stationhouse, Burke remembered that the only year Honda produced a gold-colored Accord like the one in the video was in 1990.

It turned out to be a key clue for Fox and Pulaski.

Forty-five minutes after Burke identified the car, two volunteer searchers spotted a match parked outside the Kensington home of Levi Aron.



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 Jul 22, 2011 at 08:42 AM Anonymous Says:

I agree with #1. When the two boys called after locating the vehicle, they were told its not known if its a honda. Now they find some geek to credit locating the car? Give me a break.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 08:45 AM ShatzMatz Says:

You are an idiot. You know nothing about this case. The entire incident lasted less than 30 hours. I dentifying the car quickly was certainly a good job by the NYPD. Although by that time they also had other clues pointing in the right direction. From late Tuesday afternoon, when it was determined that Leiby was kidnapped, the it took the NYPD 7 hours to crack the case. That is lightning fast in such a big city. The NYPD together with Shomrim and volunteers were true heroes in this case. How dare you bash them.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 08:48 AM Anonymous Says:

I like the way the article plays up the role of the NYPD an downplays the role of the volunteers who actually found the car.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 08:50 AM Anonymous Says:

What several days?? Your comments are irrational

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 08:57 AM MosheM Says:

No, they only got the video on Tuesday evening when Leiby was no longer.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:10 AM shredready Says:

do not distort facts to make the police look bad or the shomrin frum look good

No.

He was called about 2 hours before that, drove to Brooklyn, looked at the security footage, ID'd the basic make of the car, drove to the police station, checked his files and ID'd the exact make, model and year. Then police sent out an alert for the make, model and year.

If was 45 minutes after that volunteers found the car.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:19 AM ch Says:

guess what 1993 the accord was available in the same color I know I owned one

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:20 AM Boro_Parker Says:

#1 What are you talking about? several days??? Do you mean several hours?

Get your facts right.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:27 AM i have a question Says:

Where was the NYPD the first night (Monday)? Why didn't they respond right away to the massive search?
Everyone is complaining that Shomrim didn't call 911 till 2 hours later, but what did the NYPD do after they received the call (830pm Monday evening)? Why didn't we see police searching for our dear Leiby the first night? Why did it take for the NYPD till Tuesday late morning to activate a full response in search for Leiby?
Who knows if we could've saved Leiby!

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:33 AM right Says:

Days?????? What case were you following??? This case was HOURS and NOT days.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:34 AM springvalley Says:

Make that weeks not days

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:41 AM shredready Says:

Reply to #4  
Anonymous Says:

I like the way the article plays up the role of the NYPD an downplays the role of the volunteers who actually found the car.

yes but they only knew it was the correct car because of nypd otherwise it could have been any old car not related because of nypd they knew is was the correct car,

if not they could be running around like a chicken without ahead at every
small gold car

this is why you call police right away

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:43 AM Simpelton Says:

I don't get it, once they had the info from dentist that Levy was there at 5:30 they sure found that this car is registerd to him. Why did they need further help?

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:46 AM Benjey Says:

The video was found around 5:30 tuseday afternoon i was there you don know what you are talking about......

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 09:51 AM shredready Says:

most cases get cracked with the help of tips and help from the public

the police can not do it themselves

this case was cracked to same way most are the public and the police..

stop the nonsenses read other newspapers and read other stories not involving yiddin and you will see a few things

in cases with children many people get involved in the search sometimes in tens of thousands
most police cases get solved with the publics help

this does not diminish how the frum community got involved search and everything else the community did.

but it is not as unique as you think

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 10:07 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #3  
ShatzMatz Says:

You are an idiot. You know nothing about this case. The entire incident lasted less than 30 hours. I dentifying the car quickly was certainly a good job by the NYPD. Although by that time they also had other clues pointing in the right direction. From late Tuesday afternoon, when it was determined that Leiby was kidnapped, the it took the NYPD 7 hours to crack the case. That is lightning fast in such a big city. The NYPD together with Shomrim and volunteers were true heroes in this case. How dare you bash them.

Did you write that the NYPD cracked the case? Previus articles described in detail how a hasidisher guy trapsed from house to house along the routes Leiby could have taken, identified that he took a wrong turn and then followed the trail till he got hold of images of him with the killer. Now they say that two boys identified the car. Sure the NYPD put in a lot of effort - after they saw 1000 civilians out all night - and they should be commended for doing so. But just like police everywhere they badly need their kudos and are now taking credit for what was done by others.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 10:11 AM trader567 Says:

To all those who are saying that we could have done something different to find him, resulting in a different outcome, I remind you that other than spiritual choices, we have no method of affecting worldly events. God is in full control and decides every minute detail.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 10:30 AM zayin Says:

#1,
it's good to see that your hindsight is 20/20

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 10:38 AM post4 Says:

Reply to #9  
ch Says:

guess what 1993 the accord was available in the same color I know I owned one

It had different hubcaps

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 10:47 AM moishe Says:

the only way they figured out it was a honda is because of the geek otherwise they would never now the camera was very unclear

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 11:19 AM teafri Says:

Reply to #17  
shredready Says:

most cases get cracked with the help of tips and help from the public

the police can not do it themselves

this case was cracked to same way most are the public and the police..

stop the nonsenses read other newspapers and read other stories not involving yiddin and you will see a few things

in cases with children many people get involved in the search sometimes in tens of thousands
most police cases get solved with the publics help

this does not diminish how the frum community got involved search and everything else the community did.

but it is not as unique as you think

I have to agree with you!!

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 11:23 AM Anonymous Says:

The child would never have been killed if the Yidden who knew this maniac had tried to kidnap other children before HAD REPORTED HIM TO THE NYPD EARLIER!!!

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 11:39 AM shredready Says:

Reply to #19  
trader567 Says:

To all those who are saying that we could have done something different to find him, resulting in a different outcome, I remind you that other than spiritual choices, we have no method of affecting worldly events. God is in full control and decides every minute detail.

maybe

but does that mean when an airplane crash happen it is a waste of time to investigate why , and then make changes so hopefully it would not happen again

Do you put on seat belts or make your kids wear helmets when they ride of bike

if you do you are a kofer

since if you where meant to die a seat bely will not help.

looking if things and trying to figure out if things would have been done differently maybe the case would have been solved a few hours earlier with a different outcome is a very worthy endeavor. Or maybe we will found out we did great but can add a few things next time to do even a better job. Us the cops everybody. we the cops are humans and not perfect

One learns from history, and experience, to make better choices in the future.
Hopefully there is no next time, but we should learn and use what we could have dome better the next time a child goes missing. and yes a child will go missing thankfully rarely does it end with such tragic result

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 11:39 AM shredready Says:

Reply to #22  
moishe Says:

the only way they figured out it was a honda is because of the geek otherwise they would never now the camera was very unclear

and the frum kids would not have know that the car may be the car and called

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 11:42 AM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #18  
Anonymous Says:

Did you write that the NYPD cracked the case? Previus articles described in detail how a hasidisher guy trapsed from house to house along the routes Leiby could have taken, identified that he took a wrong turn and then followed the trail till he got hold of images of him with the killer. Now they say that two boys identified the car. Sure the NYPD put in a lot of effort - after they saw 1000 civilians out all night - and they should be commended for doing so. But just like police everywhere they badly need their kudos and are now taking credit for what was done by others.

This case turned out so ugly and tragic that no one, neither the Yidden or the NYPD are heroes in it. Through work by both sides the butcher was caught before he could kill again., and that should be commended.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:00 PM Renegade Says:

Reply to #17  
shredready Says:

most cases get cracked with the help of tips and help from the public

the police can not do it themselves

this case was cracked to same way most are the public and the police..

stop the nonsenses read other newspapers and read other stories not involving yiddin and you will see a few things

in cases with children many people get involved in the search sometimes in tens of thousands
most police cases get solved with the publics help

this does not diminish how the frum community got involved search and everything else the community did.

but it is not as unique as you think

It's not very often that I agree with you, but this is one of those times...

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:06 PM enlightened-yid Says:

Reply to #11  
i have a question Says:

Where was the NYPD the first night (Monday)? Why didn't they respond right away to the massive search?
Everyone is complaining that Shomrim didn't call 911 till 2 hours later, but what did the NYPD do after they received the call (830pm Monday evening)? Why didn't we see police searching for our dear Leiby the first night? Why did it take for the NYPD till Tuesday late morning to activate a full response in search for Leiby?
Who knows if we could've saved Leiby!

What the heck are you talking about? The cops were searching Monday evening once they were finally contacted by Shomrim who were running the show all that time. What do you think NYPD is going to deploy 100 detectives on first night to search for a kid? Do you know how many missing child reports precincts receive every week?
This is a hard lesson for the communities. If you want law enforcement to be more involved and be proactive with you then start cooperating with them and involve them from the begging. Don't run to your rabbis and Shomrim like you always do to solve all problems. And if the neighbors of Levi complained to cops months and years ago when he tried to creep on their children several times maybe then he would have been stopped early too. If Levi was a goy, I'm sure there would be a dozen of police reports on him from his neighbors.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:19 PM shredready Says:

Reply to #24  
Anonymous Says:

The child would never have been killed if the Yidden who knew this maniac had tried to kidnap other children before HAD REPORTED HIM TO THE NYPD EARLIER!!!

why does the mesira supersede protecting children which I assume is a must

molesters are different from lets say someone who steals and other crimes

molesters have a very hight rate of repeating their crimes even after punishment, therapy (that Ohel and others say to do) which statistically has been proven to be worth zero. It is not that there are hundreds of molesters running around the frum or other communities.

It is a few that molesters that molest many even into the hundreds.

how do robonum choose the essur of mesira over the protecting children?
Maybe it is assur (many do not agree and feel it is assur not to report) but it seems protect children should override that when one needs to make a choice.

maybe a rov can answer that

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:23 PM No respect Says:

Why are so many of you people determined not to give the NYPD an ounce of credit? Why do you think you know so much better than the professionals? I was listening to one of the heads of Shomrim speak on the N Segal show last motzai shabbos and he kept saying over and over again how incredible the NYPD was throughout the whole ordeal, how thorough and meticulous in their sleuthing. Yanky from shomrim stressed that every single lead was followed up on, every perp on their list was interviewed, every bogus call treated as potential. Of course we have more pride in our own and Shomrim went above and beyond but still, a little hakoras hatov to the NYPD please. They weren't sitting around on their rears eating donuts.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:44 PM J-R-S Says:

This mindset---of always thinking that the police, or the firemen (basically, 'the goyim') didn't really do the job, and the heimishe amateurs did---is incredibly childish, ungrateful---and just plain wrong. People like that live in a tiny bubble of delusion, fear of everyone not just like them, and misinformation. G-d help them when the bubble bursts.
I'm pretty sure the Kletzkys are grateful to the police, having---tragically---witnessed their hard work close up.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 12:51 PM Wannabe Says:

The boys saw the picture of the gold car on Vus is Neis at approximately 12:30 AM Wed morning. They left the house at approximately 1:00 AM to search and Hashem guided them to the murderer's car. Since the car looked similar to the car in the video, they took pictures of the car and license plates. They called Shomrim for the make of the car, but Shomrim did not have the info at that time. Driving around the neighborhood a few minutes later they spotted a "similar" gold car. They got out, checked the license plate, and realized it was the same car which was now parked on a diff street! They then saw the murderer staring at them from across the street, wearing the same cap as in the video, and with a look of wild desperation on his face. They drove away, came back moments later, and saw that he had moved the car yet a 3rd time! They drove home planning to call the police, but found Shomrim as they were parking. They gave the license and pictures to Shomrim who immediately contacted police headquarters. The murderer was arrested about an hour and a half later. It was obvious that Yad Hashem guided them the entire time, enabling them to prevent a further tragedy.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 01:12 PM Reb Yid Says:

Reply to #29  
enlightened-yid Says:

What the heck are you talking about? The cops were searching Monday evening once they were finally contacted by Shomrim who were running the show all that time. What do you think NYPD is going to deploy 100 detectives on first night to search for a kid? Do you know how many missing child reports precincts receive every week?
This is a hard lesson for the communities. If you want law enforcement to be more involved and be proactive with you then start cooperating with them and involve them from the begging. Don't run to your rabbis and Shomrim like you always do to solve all problems. And if the neighbors of Levi complained to cops months and years ago when he tried to creep on their children several times maybe then he would have been stopped early too. If Levi was a goy, I'm sure there would be a dozen of police reports on him from his neighbors.

Your reisha contradicts your seifa. If it's true, as you say, that the cops won't send out 100 detectives every time there's a missing child report, then that's davka why we should go to Shomrim.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 03:25 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #3  
ShatzMatz Says:

You are an idiot. You know nothing about this case. The entire incident lasted less than 30 hours. I dentifying the car quickly was certainly a good job by the NYPD. Although by that time they also had other clues pointing in the right direction. From late Tuesday afternoon, when it was determined that Leiby was kidnapped, the it took the NYPD 7 hours to crack the case. That is lightning fast in such a big city. The NYPD together with Shomrim and volunteers were true heroes in this case. How dare you bash them.

Why are you calling him idiot. ????

Just because your very close to NYPD and have an emotional connection to them with a different Opinion that doesn’t make him a idiot

We are all entitled to our opinion it happens to be I agree with him so now does this make me a idiot ?

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 02:16 PM charliehall Says:

Reply to #30  
shredready Says:

why does the mesira supersede protecting children which I assume is a must

molesters are different from lets say someone who steals and other crimes

molesters have a very hight rate of repeating their crimes even after punishment, therapy (that Ohel and others say to do) which statistically has been proven to be worth zero. It is not that there are hundreds of molesters running around the frum or other communities.

It is a few that molesters that molest many even into the hundreds.

how do robonum choose the essur of mesira over the protecting children?
Maybe it is assur (many do not agree and feel it is assur not to report) but it seems protect children should override that when one needs to make a choice.

maybe a rov can answer that

All the modern orthodox rabbis I've ever heard on this are quite clear: Report abusers to the authorities. Hopefully the charedi rabbis will get with the program.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 02:21 PM Charlie Hall Says:

Reply to #31  
No respect Says:

Why are so many of you people determined not to give the NYPD an ounce of credit? Why do you think you know so much better than the professionals? I was listening to one of the heads of Shomrim speak on the N Segal show last motzai shabbos and he kept saying over and over again how incredible the NYPD was throughout the whole ordeal, how thorough and meticulous in their sleuthing. Yanky from shomrim stressed that every single lead was followed up on, every perp on their list was interviewed, every bogus call treated as potential. Of course we have more pride in our own and Shomrim went above and beyond but still, a little hakoras hatov to the NYPD please. They weren't sitting around on their rears eating donuts.

The second night of Shavuot a frum man did not return home from synagogue in my neighborhood. The morning of the second day of Shavuot, the NYPD coordinated a huge manhunt, many dozens of frum Jews searched all over northwestern New York City for him, some even being mechalal Yom Tov as is of course appropriate for such a pikuach nefesh case. Baruch HaShem the police found him in Manhattan late in the morning; some of the officers came into the synagogue he was attending at the end of the service and the congregation gave the officers a standing ovation.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 02:40 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #33  
Wannabe Says:

The boys saw the picture of the gold car on Vus is Neis at approximately 12:30 AM Wed morning. They left the house at approximately 1:00 AM to search and Hashem guided them to the murderer's car. Since the car looked similar to the car in the video, they took pictures of the car and license plates. They called Shomrim for the make of the car, but Shomrim did not have the info at that time. Driving around the neighborhood a few minutes later they spotted a "similar" gold car. They got out, checked the license plate, and realized it was the same car which was now parked on a diff street! They then saw the murderer staring at them from across the street, wearing the same cap as in the video, and with a look of wild desperation on his face. They drove away, came back moments later, and saw that he had moved the car yet a 3rd time! They drove home planning to call the police, but found Shomrim as they were parking. They gave the license and pictures to Shomrim who immediately contacted police headquarters. The murderer was arrested about an hour and a half later. It was obvious that Yad Hashem guided them the entire time, enabling them to prevent a further tragedy.

They should have called the NYPD immediately, and the Shomrin secondly.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 02:42 PM Anonymous Says:

Reply to #30  
shredready Says:

why does the mesira supersede protecting children which I assume is a must

molesters are different from lets say someone who steals and other crimes

molesters have a very hight rate of repeating their crimes even after punishment, therapy (that Ohel and others say to do) which statistically has been proven to be worth zero. It is not that there are hundreds of molesters running around the frum or other communities.

It is a few that molesters that molest many even into the hundreds.

how do robonum choose the essur of mesira over the protecting children?
Maybe it is assur (many do not agree and feel it is assur not to report) but it seems protect children should override that when one needs to make a choice.

maybe a rov can answer that

"maybe a rov can answer that"

Yidden should not be lemmings where they have to go to ask a rov a common sense question.

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 04:45 PM Why resort to name calling? Says:

Reply to #35  
Anonymous Says:

Why are you calling him idiot. ????

Just because your very close to NYPD and have an emotional connection to them with a different Opinion that doesn’t make him a idiot

We are all entitled to our opinion it happens to be I agree with him so now does this make me a idiot ?

Replay to #35

Usually people resort to name calling like saying "such and such commenter is an idiot" when they know he is right, yet they are outraged because they have vested interest against the truth being exposed and so they express their out of control rage in an irrational manner.

Such is the case here.

Shomrim, (many of the commenter's here) desperately need the cooperation of NYPD and all of us yidden always depend on NYPD going out of their way (lifney meshuras hadin) to help us and therefore the usual "MINHAG" is to give NYPD credit even where credit is not due, because we always try an be on their good side even if they may or may not deserve our praise.

Think about this:

NYPD is only doing their job. They are getting paid to do it just like the sanitation workers are paid to do what they do.

Shomrim are NOT paid!

The 2 Bochrim brothers who found the car as well as thousands of yidden searching in the streets don't get paid to do that.

Not THING AGAIN:
Why deserves more praise? Hundreds of shomrim working for free + the Chassidishe yid who went door to door and found the trail of the child on video (NOT the nypd) + thousands of yidden searching? Or the PAID nypd?

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 05:06 PM Comment # is Right! Says:

NYPD did NOT break this case.

NYPD knew about this case when it was reported to them early MONDAY night.

Who searched and found the video evidence to know that the child did not trun in at 13th ave and who went door to door to search for video which eventualy lead to the video of the Killer picking up the boy waiting for him at the corner?

It was NOT the NYPD who went door to door to find all of these videos.

NYPD had all early MONDAY night to search for the video but the one who found it was NOT the NYPD but a simple amatuer volunteer Yid, who he was not PAID to do a job, didn't have to do it but did it?

The one broke the case early MONDAY night, within the first few hours was Yaakov German, a Chassidish Yid form BP and NOT the NYPD

http://www.vosizneias.com/87535/2011/07/15/brooklyn-ny-amateur-sleuth-yaakov-german-helps-cops-catch-levi-aron-and-solve-murder-of-leiby-kletzky

It was more than 30 hours, after Yaakov German (NOT the nypd) found the video, when the geek was even called in to ID the vehicle.

Yaakov German (as well as the 2 yeshiva bochrim who found the gold Acord, car) deserves the $100,000 reward and deserve all the credit - this article FAILD to mention it at all!

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 Jul 22, 2011 at 06:13 PM hmmmm Says:

Reply to #29  
enlightened-yid Says:

What the heck are you talking about? The cops were searching Monday evening once they were finally contacted by Shomrim who were running the show all that time. What do you think NYPD is going to deploy 100 detectives on first night to search for a kid? Do you know how many missing child reports precincts receive every week?
This is a hard lesson for the communities. If you want law enforcement to be more involved and be proactive with you then start cooperating with them and involve them from the begging. Don't run to your rabbis and Shomrim like you always do to solve all problems. And if the neighbors of Levi complained to cops months and years ago when he tried to creep on their children several times maybe then he would have been stopped early too. If Levi was a goy, I'm sure there would be a dozen of police reports on him from his neighbors.

You are very right. But, the police took it seriously only because of the push from the community. Reporting to police and community involvement is also important.

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 Jul 23, 2011 at 10:30 PM I was there Says:

Reply to #29  
enlightened-yid Says:

What the heck are you talking about? The cops were searching Monday evening once they were finally contacted by Shomrim who were running the show all that time. What do you think NYPD is going to deploy 100 detectives on first night to search for a kid? Do you know how many missing child reports precincts receive every week?
This is a hard lesson for the communities. If you want law enforcement to be more involved and be proactive with you then start cooperating with them and involve them from the begging. Don't run to your rabbis and Shomrim like you always do to solve all problems. And if the neighbors of Levi complained to cops months and years ago when he tried to creep on their children several times maybe then he would have been stopped early too. If Levi was a goy, I'm sure there would be a dozen of police reports on him from his neighbors.

I was there Monday night helping out Shomrim till I went to daven shacris. I dodn't see a single police officer in middle the night. All the pictures you see are from Tuesday. The police didn't do anything the first night.

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 Jul 24, 2011 at 04:17 AM formercrownheightser Says:

i think the police don't even take or respond to a 'missing person' report until the person is missing 24 hours

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 Jul 24, 2011 at 01:46 PM Wannabe Says:

The boys went out at 1:00 AM to search, and found the car almost immediately. They had absolutely no info from 'the geek". The car looked similar to the picture they saw on vus is neis. They took pictures of the car and license plate, and realized very soon that the murderer was moving his car from block to block. They found shomrim, gave them the license and make of the car, and reported how suspicious it was that the guy kept moving his car around, at 1:30 AM., (plus he was wearing a cap, looked desperate, and owned a gold car.) We realize now that he was prob trying to dispose of the body, but despaired when he realized that the boys were watching him... IF THE POLICE KNEW ABOUT HIM FROM THE GEEK AND DENTIST, WHY WAS THE MURDERER STILL A FREE MAN BUSILY MOVING HIS CAR AROUND FROM BLOCK TO BLOCK AT 1:30 AM!!!!!???
It was only after the boys reported to shomrim, who quickly contacted police headquarters with the info, that the murderer was arrested!!!!

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