PLEASE GO TO THE COURT TO SUPPORT THE VICTIMS. FREE TRANSPORTATION IN NYC WILL BE PROVIDED. The alleged pedophiles: Rabbi Nechemya Weberman, who allegedly sexually assaulted a twelve-year-old girl and continued doing it until she was fifteen, and Meir Dascalowitz, who allegedly raped a disabled boy in a mikvah (ritual bath) over a dozen times. The victims and their families are subjected to all sorts of pressures to drop their cases.
JOIN US IN BROOKLYN SUPREME COURT MARCH 25, 2011 9:00 AM TO SHOW OUR SUPPORT FOR THE VICTIMS OF DASCHALOWIZ AND WEBERMAN
Voice of Justice
There are two cases on Friday march 25 2011 in Brooklyn Supreme Court 320 JAY STREET (FREE TRANSPORTATION) 1- Nechemya Weberman who allegedly sexually assaulted a twelve-year-old girl and continued doing it till she was fifteen and 2- Meir Dascalowitz who allegedly raped a disabled boy in a mikvah (ritual bath) over a dozen times. The victims and their families are subjected to all sorts of pressures to drop their cases.
Both defendants are out on bail facing serious jailtime of decades in prison.
It is now ten months since Dascalowitz was arraigned on ten Felony D charges of criminal sexual activity-2nd degree with a victim under fifteen years of age (PL 130.45 01). There are many additional felony and misdemeanor charges. Approximately once a month he goes in for a court appearance. For almost a half a year his lawyer, Israel Fried has successfully gotten postponements by dickering with the District Attorney about how to determine if Dascalowitz is mentally competent to assist in his defense. As of a month ago, Dascalowitz had still not gone in for an inpatient evaluation of his mental status.
Weberman was arrested on February 23, 2010, on a small set of charges, which only included one D Felony. On March 8 a Grand Jury indictment was entered into the court record. He was charged with 150 felonies all involving sexual crimes with a child including one B felony in the first degree, 145 D felonies and 4 E felonies. Among other things he was specifically charged with the B felony in the 1st degree, of “a course of sexual conduct” with his victim Trials and sentencing sessions are dramatic. The court appearances preceding a trial are short and quick. A morning in court can include many defendants and very little time for each. The usual outcome is some very small development followed by the scheduling of the next date and the continuation of bail and the order of protection.
Phone calls and letters, jeers on the street, and scurrilous rumors about the parents and the kids including charges of promiscuity, other irreligious behavior, theft, and child abuse. They suffer social death in a world where community is everything.
The point of going to court for the sporadic appearances is to show support for the victims, to let the miscreants know that we are fighting them, and to publicize the case during the doldrums between arrests and convictions.
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