Rabbi Marlow Testifies In Court: When The Head Is Sick So Is The Body

12/18/2009

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The Messira disease didn’t’ just start now in 2009 , this sickness started long ago, over 15 years. One of those first Messiras was in fact on the directors of Machne Menachem (1996). Not only didn’t Rabbi Marlow do anything to stop it, he tried like many [evil] people to justify and excuse. Like Rabbi Schwei he does not admit that he gave permission but does not deny either. None of these justification or excuses are found in the Shulchan Aruch.

The words of the Rambam in the laws of Sanhedrin: “it is forbidden for a judge to hear one side of the litigants before the other one is present or in his absence and even one word is forbidden  (to listen to) as it says you must listen to your brothers (plural). And if (a judge) hears only one side he transgressed a Torah violation as it says you should not bear vain claims which includes a warning to one who accepts evil talk (loshon hora) and one who says loshon hora and one who testifies falsely (as we see everyday in court).

Rambam Sanhedrin 23, 8: “forever a judge should feel as if a sword is applied to his neck and the gates of hell are open beneath him and he should know whom he is judging and in front of whom he is judging and who will ultimately make him pay (for his ruling) if he deviates from the truth as it says G-d stands among a community of G-d, etc.”

Rambam Sanhedrin 23,9: “every judge who doesn’t rule according to the ultimate truth causes the Shechina (G-d’s presence) to withdraw its presence from amongst the Jews and every judge who takes from one and gives to the other unjustly against Halacha, G-d collects from him lives … And every judge who rules according to the truth even for one hour he is considered as if he corrected the entire world and he causes the Shechina (G-d’s presence) to dwell amongst the Jewish people as it says, G-d stands amongst the community of G-d.”

February 25, 1999 (Schapiro, Brook and MARLOW) Machne menachem, Yaakov Spritzer, Mesira 10

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LATEST PSAK REGARDING THE CAMP

11/01/2009

The Bais Din’s Latest Psak Regarding Machne Menachem

English Translation

B”H
Wednesday 24 Adar, 5767

To R’ Spritzer and the Brothers R’ Meir and R’ Mendel Hershkop Sheyiehyu.

As there was no conclusion and Psak Din (ruling) with regard to the ownership of Machne Menachem. And there are complaints over the partnership of the above mentioned camp. We are notifying with this letter that until these complaints will be discussed and concluded by a Bais Din that deals with monetary issues on a steady basis in accordance with our holy Torah, there is no permission for anyone to open the camp (even under another name) and use it as his own. We are putting an (ikul) injunction on R’ Yaakov Spritzer not to open the camp and not register any children or hire workers for the camp until the complaints will be adjudicated at a Bais Din.

On this I sign
In the name of the Bais Din
Rabbi Yitzchak Raitport

For Hebrew…

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Where is the Proof, Where is the Evidence?

03/19/2009

tape/evidence

RABBI MENDEL HERSHKOP
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK 11225

December 30, 1998
Beth Din of Crown Heights
788 Eastern Parkway
Room 210
Brooklyn, New York 11213

Attention: Rabbis Marlow, Osdoba, and Mangel

Re:       Machne Menachem v, Mendel Hershkop, et al.

United States District Court
Eastern District of New York
Case No. 97 CV 2550

Beth Din’s Refusal to Comply with Subpoena/Contempt Motion

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Psak Din[im] 5757/1997-5769/2008

12/23/2008

Beth Din

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“After the first session, the Beth Din ruled (Erev Rosh Chodesh Tammuz, 5756-1996) that all members of the camp administration are equally “within” and that all decisions must be made by the whole committee (following the majority).” However, Spritzer and Schreiber disobeyed this Halachic Ruling, never calling Hershkop or Hartman to any meeting, and deciding everything on their own.” (from PMM booklet)
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