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If someone molests you or your child Call : NYPD Sex Crimes Unit, 718-330-5600

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דער מנהג המקום אין סקווירא – איז להיפוך
The Custom in New Square
 Is the Opposite
By JIM FITZGERALD  |  AP - Tue, Apr 17, 2012
WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (AP) — A Hasidic teenager was sentenced Tuesday to seven years in prison for the firebomb attack that badly burned a neighbor during a religious dispute in an insular Jewish enclave.
A defense attorney said the sentence was fair but worried about prison life for an 18-year-old who has “never seen TV, never been on the Internet, doesn't know who Babe Ruth and Derek Jeter are.”
Shaul Spitzer of New Square had been charged with attempted murder but pleaded guilty to assault as potential jurors gathered for his trial in February. A trial would have brought unwanted attention to New Square, a New York village where nearly every one of the 7,000 residents is a member of the Skver Hasidic sect.
Spitzer admitted that he attacked Aron Rottenberg, a plumber, outside Rottenberg’s home in May. He said he did it because Rottenberg defied New Square's grand rabbi by worshiping with nursing home residents rather than at New Square's main synagogue.
Rottenberg, a plumber, claimed in a lawsuit that Spitzer was acting at the direction of the rabbi, David Twersky. The rabbi denied involvement and was not charged. The lawsuit was settled for $2.3 million.
Rottenberg had asked Rockland County Court Judge William Kelly to be lenient with Spitzer, who was also burned, and the judge came down from the 10-year cap he had promised after the plea deal.
Defense attorney Kenneth Gribetz said the sentence was “fair and compassionate.” But he said he fears for Spitzer, who he said will be the rare inmate who has had “no exposure to the outside world.”
“His whole life has been the rabbi and the synagogue and now he's going to state prison,” Gribetz said. “This is a very severe sentence for a boy from New Square. I hope he can be safeguarded.”
New Square is about 30 miles north of Manhattan. The sect and the village are named for the Ukrainian village of Skver, where sect members were killed during the Holocaust.
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NEW CITY — An 18-year-old New Square man who severely burned a village dissident during an arson attack was sentenced to seven years in state prison today after apologizing for trying to burn Aron Rottenberg’s family out of the Hasidic Jewish village.
The attack on Rottenberg and others for refusing to pray in the village synagogue and other activities raised how the Hasidic Jewish theocracy in New Square controls the lives of residents and deals, harshly at times, will those who choose not to follow the grand rabbi’s dictates.
Rottenberg, a plumber still recovering from body burns across his chest from May’s attack, has blamed the grand rebbe David Twersky for inciting the violence against him, including Shaul Spitzer’s arson attack to his Truman Avenue house at 4 a.m. May 22.
Today, Rottenberg said he was satisfied with the state prison sentence given to Spitzer and he plans on moving his family out of New Square. The community agreed to buy his Truman Avenue house as part of a $2.3 million payout that ended a civil rights lawsuit against Spitzer and Twersky.
“I think that justice has been served,” Rottenberg said outside the courtroom at the Rockland County Courthouse in New City. “We’re pleased. We hope to meet again under different circumstances.”
Rottenberg, 44, who wears a glove on his injured right hand, had sat in the front row of the packed courtroom with his wife and children.
They listened without emotion as Spitzer apologized for trying to set Rottenberg’s house in fire last May 22 at 4:15 a.m. and then setting off an incendiary device that set himself and Rottenberg on fire after Rottenberg wrestled with him.
More than 60 supporters of Spitzer, including his parents and family, attended and some prayed for him as state Supreme Court Justice William A. Kelly oversaw the sentencing.
Spitzer’s explanation for trying to burn down the Rottenberg home was to try and scare him into moving from New Square. Rottenberg became a target of community protests and vandalism when he refused to pray in Twersky’s synagogue, becoming a symbol of defiance in Skver Hasidim leadership, especially among younger residents chaffing under the strict social rules.
“I did not want to hurt him, Mr. Rottenberg or his family,” Spitzer told Kelly in a low voice after moving closer to the bench to be heard. “I am not so upset for myself but for my parents, grandparents. I made so many problems for them and the Rottenbergs. I know I have to pay the price.”
Spitzer was described by his lawyers and in letters from family and community members as good-hearted, immature man who wanted to ensure Twersky’s rules were followed and went after Rottenberg.
They told the judge Rottenberg became a pariah in New Square and Spitzer became a pawn.
At times, Spitzer was quoted in his pre-sentence report as saying he acted with others, but his lawyers emphasized the teenager never was ordered to go after anyone by Twersky or the rabbi’s advisers.
Spitzer, a member of a prominent New Square family, lived five years in the rabbi’s house and worked for Twersky as a butler.
Kelly said he chose seven years in prison for Spitzer, balancing out Rottenberg’s request for leniency with the seriousness of the arson attack.
The judge made a point of saying no one influenced him. Kelly reacted to what he called the “cynical” people who claim the New Square leaders have power to influence the court.
Kelly said Spitzer’s actions were partly premediated and people asleep at 4 a.m. in the house could have died if the incendiary device went off and if Rottenberg’s son had not been watching the surveillance cameras.
“They were encouraging him to do something,” Kelly said, referring to Spitzer’s comments in the probation report and noting they were never identified. “He would be the one to light the fire. He felt it was an heroic act to light the fire.”
Kenneth Gribetz and Paul Shectman, two of Spitzer’s lawyers, beseeched Kelly to sentence the teenager to five years. They argued he was a first-time offender and would never be arrested again.
A longer prison term, the lawyers said, would amount to a death sentence for a frail young man who rarely ever left New Square and knows nothing about the world outside his Hasidic Jewish community.
Gribetz said growing up in New Square is all strict adherence to religious beliefs, living an insular life and honoring the grand rebbe. He said 18-year-olds need written permission to leave the community and there are no televisions, Internet or newspapers allowed.
Shectman said the adults in New Square also failed Spitzer by allowing the harassment and vandalism against Rottenberg and others to go unchallenged.
“He loved his rebbe too much,” Shectman said of Spitzer. “He thought he was enforcing the rabbi’s rules. Shaul is not a tough guy; he’s a soft guy. There is nothing morally irresponsible in Shaul Spitzer.”
Rottenberg, who suffered third-degree burns over 50 percent of his body, chose not to speak in court today. Spitzer faced a sentence of five to 25 years.
Before Spitzer pleaded guilty Feb. 8, Kelly told the teenager that he would cap his prison term at 10 years based partially upon Rottenberg’s call for leniency. Kelly came down from his original 15-year cap after Rottenberg suggested leniency. Prosecutor Stephen Moore called for the 10-year sentence.
Mendal Hoffman, a leader in the religious community who runs a health clinic, newspaper and anti-poverty agency, said Kelly should have sentenced Spitzer to the minimum of five years, saying the extra two years wouldn’t teach more of a lesson.
Hoffman, who left New Square decades ago, said Spitzer took loyalty to the grand rebbe too far.
Spitzer worked as a butler for the grand rebbe and lived in his home. At one point, Rottenberg and his family blamed Twersky for inciting Spitzer and the violence.
Obeying the rabbi is in “the ear of everybody in New Square,” Hoffman said. “Some people do it by just talking and people spoke to Rottenberg. This person Spitzer took what the rabbi had to say a step too far.”
Gribetz said Spitzer is remorseful and contrite.
“He knows there’s no excuse for what he did,” Gribetz said. “Without being overly dramatic, he cries and prays every day for Aron Rottenberg to recover.”