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Is Life for Rubashkin Overkill?

Posted by Glezele Vayne on June 25, 2010


by Edwin Black

Investigative journalist and author Edwin Black says Sholom Rubashkin’s sentence is completely disproportionate, and backs it up with the facts of the case.

Originally, some people said they wouldn’t mind if kosher butcher Sholom Rubashkin got life in prison and rot behind bars until he dies. Yesterday, June 22, 2010, their wish was fulfilled by U.S. District Chief Judge Linda Reade in a northern Iowa courtroom. Under the stiff sentence, Rubashkin rots in jail essentially until he dies, a 27 year sentence supplemented by five years of probation to the 51-year man—and then he pays $27 million in restitution. Judge Reade’s sentence exceeded even the government’s request of 25 years. Now many people are outraged at the harsh treatment being meted out to Rubashkin and ask in disbelief, “What’s going on?” Read the rest of this entry »

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100 Armed Feds Raid Muslim Meatpacking House

Posted by Glezele Vayne on October 21, 2009


by Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu

(IsraelNN.com) Approximately 100 armed federal agents, backed by a helicopter, 50 vehicles and sharpshooters, raided a Muslim meat packing plant earlier this week but remain silent about the secret operation. Only half a dozen people work at the plant.

No one was arrested, but one eyewitness said the huge police force indicates that the raid may involve criminal activity other than hiring illegal immigrants. Terror-related activity has not been ruled out, but officials have refused all comment on the case.

Chicago news sources said the plant’s owner, a resident of Chicago, was arrested at his home and that documents were seized from the plant.

The kosher AgriProcessers meat packing plant was raided last year because of the hiring of illegal Mexican immigrants.

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From Schmoozing with Elya & Ellie Katz

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