Wednesday, March 23, 2016

"We can create a world where there's a real deterrent to violating the rights of another human being"... Jewish kids included!

We don't have to live in a world where 99 percent of rapists get away with it, says TED Fellow Jessica Ladd. With Callisto, a new platform for college students to confidentially report sexual assault, Ladd is helping survivors get the support and justice they deserve while respecting their privacy concerns. "We can create a world where there's a real deterrent to violating the rights of another human being," she says.


Shyster said...

Sharabi's co-conspirator who gives him space in his optical store is Cantor Oizer Neuman who sometimes davens in Toiv's lowlife collective that purports to be a "shul" and sometimes is paid to sing at the Conservative temple at Ave P & East 12th. Oizer, who was once behind a type of ponzi scheme with art galleries, is brother of convicted criminal Yanky Neuman in Queens. They are first cousin of Yossi Neiman who stole millions of dollars through Perfect Locksmith before judgement proofing his assets through various frauds. All three of these ausvarfs are lapsed Vizhnitzers.


A lonely Brooklyn woman got her heartstrings played by a grifting Jewish mystic, who promised to find her a husband & 3 lucky magic Torahs for a payment of $214,000, a new lawsuit claims.

Cecilia Lifschitz says she handed over the huge sum to controversial Borough Park mystic Rabbi Chaim Sharabi in a desperate bid to find a life mate — but the hustling holy man never came through with what he promised.

“Plaintiff was an easy target for defendants & defendants were aware of this,” her suit says.

The woman claims that Sharabi & 2 collaborators — daughter-in-law, Michal Hadad, and Alon Jacobi — promised they would quickly find her a husband in exchange for the money.

“Defendants had every reason to know Plaintiff would do anything, including pay a large sum of money, to get married,” the suit states.

Sharabi apparently told the woman he’d secure the lucky holy texts for the woman, and that they would be housed in synagogues in Israel & Brooklyn.

“Plaintiffs made knowingly false statements about her finding a husband & the existence of the Torahs when she paid $214,000,” the suit says, adding: “Purchasing a Torah is considered a significant good deed in the Jewish religion, which brings a person good luck.”

Lifschitz noted she never got any proof that he bought the books.

Sharabi disputed the woman’s claims saying he really did set up Lifschitz with a man named Alon. They even went on a trip to Brazil, he said.

“When things didn’t work out with her & Alon she got upset,” he told The Post.

Sharabi also claimed he got the Torahs for her. He showed The Post a Torah that he said had her name written in it in Hebrew. He said it cost $42,000 & that the other 2 were in Israel.

“Sometimes you don’t get what you want & you have to say thank you to God because he knows best,” he told The Post. “I love her, I want to help her, she’s a good person.”

According to published reports, Sharabi successfully styled himself as a clairvoyant in Borough Park, selling promises of wealth & marriage to lucky amulets.

A 2009 story in The Forward reported Sharabi received clients in the back of a Borough Park optician & occasionally kept people waiting 6 hours to bask in his wisdom.

Queens said...

Yanky's Neuman's crimes, posted on the NY State Education Dept website that regulates professional licenses, were a type of child abuse, ripping out kishkas with his scalpel for no reason to bilk insurance for bogus surgeries and then stealing hospital stationary to forge a cover up trail. A groupie of the Skverrer Rebbe covers up for Yanky and illegally promotes him as a doctor after his medical license was revoked.