Rabbi Gil Student has posted a teshuva (rabbinic responsa) from the Shoel Umeishiv. The teshuva (posted in both the original and in translation) deals with a case of rabbi-on-boys sexual abuse that is almost identical to the Rabbi Kolko case and other modern cases. The Shoel Umeishiv rules that children who were minors at the time of the abuse can testify later when they have become adults and that testimony is accepted as valid. He also rules that the rabbi in question has no presumption of kashrut. Rabbi Yosef Blau of YU sums it up quite nicely this way:
In this response [the Shoel Umeishiv] accepted the testimony of two young adults, describing what had been done to them when they were under thirteen which was not said in front of the accused. He also rejected the relevance of a cheskas kashrus (the presumption that a Jew is kosher) since there is no right to be able to become a teacher of children. Discussing the possibility of a sincere teshuva (repentance) he pointed out that if a person denies guilt there can be no teshuva.
In other words, the pesak din of Rabbi Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg claiming that Rabbi Kolko had a hezkat kashrut, must be allowed to continue teaching children, and that testimony from adults about what was done to them as minors is invalid flies in the face of the Shoel Umeishiv's ruling.
Who was the Shoel Umeishiv? He was Rabbi Yosef Shaul Nathanson (1810-1875) the rabbi and av beit din of Lemberg (Lvov), and was the Rabbi Moshe Feinstein of his generation. It is unlikely the evil, doddering fool Chaim Pinchas Scheinberg ever learned more than a cursory word of the Shoel Umeishiv's work. Why? Because the Shoel Umeishiv's students (and the student's disciples) were by and large normal. They were the moderate Orthodox rabbis no one today listens to or follows.
Rabbi Scheinberg – the man who ruled that, because Rabbi Kolko did not penetrate his young victims there was therefore no abuse according to Torah law – is responsible for dozens of young boys being abused by Rabbi Kolko. He lives in Mattersdorf. Your saliva has a meeting scheduled with his face. Don't be late.
(If you can't get all the way over to Jerusalem, go find your local Agudah rabbi and deposit your saliva with him – he deserves it almost as much as Rabbi Scheinberg.)
[Hat Tip: Yisroel 2.]