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Friday, May 04, 2012

Mixed Verdict In Shomrim Beating Case

A judge has convicted one brother of two charges and cleared the other in the beating of a black teenager while volunteering for their Jewish neighborhood's watch program.

Eliyahu Werdesheim was found guilty Thursday of false imprisonment and second-degree assault. He was cleared of a charge of wearing or carrying a dangerous or deadly weapon with intent to injure.

His brother, Avi, was cleared on all the same charges. They faced up to 13 years in prison if convicted of all three.



Anonymous said...

I'm sure Farrakan and Sharpton are really upset.
The black panthers terrorist group will exact their revenge I'm sure.

Anonymous said...

It's about time we stop laying down and accepting victim-hood.