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Rabbi Dr. Asher Lipner
Email sent by Dr. Asher Lipner to D.A. Charles Hynes
May 31, 2012
The Honorable District Attorney Charles Hynes:
Dear Mr. Hynes,
I am writing as an advocate for the Jewish children in Brooklyn. Thank you so much for finally hearing their cries and standing up to the Rabbis who have been protecting their abusers for far too long. I have been a vocal critic of your office for not doing enough in the
past, but I, and all of the survivors and advocates I work with, are ready to bury the hatchet and move forward from this point on. For the sake of the children.
I am not a politician.  I am not seeking any kind of power or honor. I am a man who was sexually abused as a teenager by my Rabbi in Yeshiva.  I became a clinical psychologist and I work in the Jewish community in Brooklyn, with survivors of abuse of all ages and backgrounds.  I have seen and heard of too many cases of Jewish children being molested, their lives being irrevocably damaged, and their families forever scarred.  The cover ups of the abuse are usually more psychologically damaging to the victims than the abuse
itself.  We were first betrayed by our abusers, then by our communities, and finally, in many situations by the government.  All we want is change, and a chance to heal.   A big part of healing both for the victim and for the community as a whole is for justice to be
served and the bad guys to be held accountable.
I have shared a several ideas with several leading advocates and many survivors of abuse, as well as law enforcement officials and legal scholars.  I also mentioned a few of these ideas to Henna White and Chana Widawski of Kol Tzedek, both in person and in an email back in 2009, after they graciously invited me to your office.
I would like to once again make these suggestions to your office for consideration:
1. Just as you have successfully and honorably done with the Archdiocese of Brooklyn, please contact all the Hassidic Rebbes and Haredi Rosh Yeshivas and Rabbis of major Orthodox groups (Satmar, Bobov, Chabad-Lubavitch, Mir Yeshiva, Chaim Berlin, Torah V'daas, Agudath Israel, Torah Umesorah, etc.) and tell them to sign a public memo agreeing to hand over all allegations of abuse to the authorities.  I am sure you know how to twist their arms, but why not announce that anybody who refuses to sign will be on notice that they will be investigated for obstruction of justice?  After all, don't Jewish children deserve as much protection from abuse as Catholic children?
2.  Please use your office's resources to create a public relations campaign that includes public service announcements, billboards, and print ads in the Jewish and secular media both in English and in Yiddish, educating the community that reporting child abuse to the police is not Mesira.  This would be similar to the successful campaign of the police in the inner city to combat people's fears of “snitching” on criminals.  This will be money well spent for the
stated goals of Kol Tzedek.
3.  Please convene a grand jury investigation in which those Rabbis, Yeshivas, synagogues and social service organizations that are alleged to be protecting molesters are subpoenaed and forced to give testimony under oath. This investigation should reach out to victims of abuse, witnesses and employees of organizations who should be granted immunity from being fired or otherwise punished for blowing the whistle on cover ups of abuse.
4. Please investigate those who are alleged to bribe and intimidate victims and witnesses, and offer rewards for information leading to the arrest and conviction of individuals who obstruct justice and tamper with witnesses.
5. Please include on your task force significant representation of people who have earned the trust of the community of survivors of abuse and their advocates.  There are several individuals who have accomplished this in the Orthodox community.  None of them are your
current partners in Kol Tzedek.  Victims need a voice.  A strong voice that is willing to speak out for them without the need to be politically correct or  the fear of backlash from the community.  If you ask the Orthodox victims of abuse who have come forward to prosecute their abusers, they will tell you who the people are who have helped them and advocated for them.
I look forward to hearing your response, and to working together with your office to finally bring safety and justice to the Jewish children of Brooklyn.
Asher Lipner, Ph.D.
cc: The Honorable Mayor Ed Koch
      The Honorable Assemblyman Dov Hikind
      Rabbi Yosef Blau, Mashgiach Ruchni, Yeshiva University
      Professor, Marci Hamilton, Cardozo Law School,
            Author, "Justice Denied; What America Needs To Do To Protect its Children."
      Rabbi Nochem Rosenberg, Rabbi Rosenberg's Hotline on SexualAbuse 
                 in the Orthodox Community
      Ben Hirsch, President, Survivors for Justice
      Mark Appel, President Voices of Justice
      Joel Engelman, President, Jewish Survivors Network
      Michael Lesher, Esq., Lawyer, Author, Jewish Child Victim's Advocate
      Debbie Teller, Adkanenough.com
      Sara Rosenberg, Jewish Parents for Safe Yeshivas
      Haim Dwek, Jewish Coalition of Advocates for Children
      Zvi Gluck, Jewish Child Victim's advocate
      Sherree Belsky, Kids Count
      Rabbi Gershon Tannenbaum, Rabbinical Alliance of America
      Vicki Polin, The Awareness Center.
      Barbara Blaine, President, Survivors Newtwork of those Abused by Priests
      David Clohessey, Director, SNAP
      Barbara Dorris, Outreach Director, SNAP