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6/24/2013

.The Rabbi Says "Sorry" - Is He Really Sorry? From These Articles, It Seems He Is Not



The Rabbi Says “Sorry”
June 24, 2013 by
In a prepared statement Rabbis Lesches says: ”
I would like to apologize for statements made in a private telephone conversation that caused pain to the greater public. I deeply regret the incident.
I would like to make my position absolutely clear: Without any reservation, I endorse the rabbinical rulings encouraging victims of abuse to report to the police.
I was saddened to see an edited audio clip released by the Australian media regarding a personal phone conversation I had with an alleged victim of child abuse. I am troubled by the unprofessional conduct of the reporter who did not call me to verify the facts. Had he called me, I’m sure the information I would have provided would have produced a dramatically different article.
As I clearly told the caller in a subsequent phone conversation: I had no knowledge of the alleged charges claimed to have occurred some twenty-five years ago and discussed in the news report. In the conversation, I was discussing a separate incident where I was under the impression that both alleged parties were similar in age, twenty-one years old, a fact noted by Fairfax at the end of the audio clip. I was never informed of any allegations regarding minors prior to this call.
In retrospect I am shocked to hear of these allegations, because I often entrusted my own young children to the care of the alleged perpetrator, without hesitation. I would never have done so had I known of the allegations.
I reiterate my apology, and am firmly committed to taking every effort to eradicate child abuse in all communities. If the caller had mentioned present abuse, I would have advised him to contact the proper legal authorities.
In my present community, where I am the Rabbi, there is no reticence to contact the police. We do not hide from or cover up criminal behavior. In our schools this is a known fact, and one of the reasons we, may G-d protect us, have to date not been afflicted with the evil disease of child sexual abuse.”
Baruch Dov Lesches
The Fairfax article clearly states that Rabbi Lesches counseled a sexual abuser who had” abused a boy a decade his junior”.
The incidents happened in the 1980s when Rabbi Lesches, who currently lives in the USA, was working at the Sydney Yeshiva.
In what Fairfax claims is a legally taped conversation Rabbi Lesches alleges that some victims agreed to sexual acts.
Rabbi Eli Feldman whose father was head of the Sydney Yeshiva at the time of the alleged assaults told J-Wire: “We are very open with the police and are are working with them. Rabbi Lesches has not been a member of our staff for over ten years.”
J-Wire understands that Fairfax did not speak directly with Rabbi Lesches.
The Rabbinical Council of Victori has added its voice to the recording.
In a media release, they said: “The Rabbinical Council of Victoria (RCV) is appalled by, and unequivocally distances itself from, comments attributed to Rabbi Boruch Lesches as reported in The Age (23 June 2013). As stated on numerous occasions, the RCV encourages the reporting of all incidents of child sexual abuse to the police.
In recent years the RCV, in conjunction with the Jewish Taskforce Against Family Violence (JTAFV), has held numerous training sessions for its members and members of the Victorian Rabbinate in general; these sessions have been focussed on appropriate response to disclosures of all forms of abuse, including the reporting of child sexual abuse to the police.”
RCV President Rabbi Meir Shlomo Kluwgant said that any suggestion that the reported comments are “consistent with the approach of many senior
orthodox Jewish figures in the community” is malicious in nature and incorrect. “It is deeply regrettable and shocking that there still do exist some individuals out
there on the fringe in the religious leadership world who take positions contrary to the clearcut contemporary halachic (Jewish law) approach on the matter of child
sexual abuse.” “The RCV will continue to promote the reporting of abuse to the police and to renounce any suggestions or individuals who take a
contrary position on this matter,” said Rabbi Kluwgant.
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By Anne Lu  |  Monday, June 24, 2013 1:53 PM EST
Rabbi Baruch Dov Lesches is sorry after saying that some of an alleged paedophile's victims from a Sydney Jewish school might have consented to the affair. The former senior rabbi was recorded in a phone conversation, saying that it's best not to report the sexual abuses to the authorities.
Lesches was a senior leader at a Yeshiva centre in Sydney in the 1980s when a man has allegedly sexually abused at least four boys. He was apparently told of the crime, but he opted not to report it to the authorities, even claiming that some victims might have given their consent.
Fairfax Media has obtained a legally recorded telephone conversation between the rabbi and a person familiar with the series of alleged child rapes and molestations. Lesches has been heard in the phone call to counselling the alleged paedophile after learning that he had sexually abused a boy ten years younger than him.
He said in the conversation that he had told the man that he and the boy would be forced out of the Yeshiva community if he could not control his urges.
The Jewish leader never informed police of the abuse, but told the other person that he did not know the abuser ignored his warning and went to sexually abuse at least three other boys in the late 1980s.
Shocking Statements
What was even more shocking was that Lesches suggested that the victim, aged 11 at the time of the abuse, might have been willing.
"We are speaking about very young boys," he is heard on the recorded call as saying. "Everybody says about the other one that 'he agreed to this.'"
He defended his remark by saying that some non-Jewish boys, whom he called as "goyims," began acting or thinking sexually from as early as five years old. Teenagers from poor  backgrounds also had "nothing else to do in life, only thinking 24 hours about sex" with each other, members of their own families, and even "dogs."
He also warned the other person in the conversation that reporting the crime to the police so many years after the incidents would destroy both the victims and their children, saying, "If you start to do something about it will not be productive and not be good for nobody."
According to Fairfax Media, Lesches, who now lives in the U.S., did not respond to their questions. However, he claims that he was not contacted at all.
In the apology he issued, which was obtained by Jewish online news site J-Wire, claims that he wasn't aware that the victim was a minor, saying he thought both the perpetrator and the boy were 21 years old.
Public Apology
"I would like to apologise for statements made in a private telephone conversation that caused pain to the greater public. I deeply regret the incident," Lesches said in a statement.
"I would like to make my position absolutely clear: Without any reservation, I endorse the rabbinical rulings encouraging victims of abuse to report to the police," he said, adding that he was saddened that the audio clip released by the media was already edited, and that the reporter did not even call him to verify the facts.
"As I clearly told the caller in a subsequent phone conversation: I had no knowledge of the alleged charges claimed to have occurred some twenty-five years ago and discussed in the news port. In the conversation, I was discussing a separate incident where I was under the impression that both alleged parties were similar in age, twenty-one years old, a fact noted by Fairfax at the end of the audio clip. I was never informed of any allegations regarding minors prior to this call."
"In retrospect I am shocked to hear of these allegations, because I often entrusted my own young children to the care of the alleged perpetrator, without hesitation. I would never have done so had I known of the allegations."
The abuser, who admitted guilt to some of his victims in February, was sent overseas. He was appointed to the board of an Australian company involved in providing educational materials for Jewish students, as per Fairfax Media. His family are also apparently big financial supporters of the New York Monsey ultra-orthodox community led by Lesches.
Lesches is the third identified senior Jewish leader who knew about the abuse in the '80s, but did not contact the authorities.
Meanwhile, the Rabbinical Council of Victoria has distanced itself from the comments made by Lesches as heard on the phone conversation.
RCV President Rabbi Meir Shlomo Kluwgant said that the approach of many senior orthodox Jewish figures in the community is malicious in nature and incorrect. He added that the group promotes the reporting of abuse to authorities and that it will "renounce any suggestions or individuals who take a contrary position on this matter."
bi Baruch Dov Lesches has apologised for remarks reported by Fairfax Media intimating that young sexual assault victims may have been consentin