Emergency. Please say tehillim for dov Yisroel mordechai ben chaya sara he is in trial now to get sentence to a terrible prison! Thank u"I responded and asked "who is he and what was his crime"
She responded "I have no idea."
To which I said "and how do you know he isn't guilty and deserve it?" (and I gave her an example of the frummies arrested a few weeks ago)
And she goes "I feel bad for those people and I will pray for them. They tried to do good but it turned out bad. I'm not judging"
"they tried to do good but it turned out bad?"...
Since when was that in the story? I haven't heard anyone say the intentions were good.
I heard the Rabbi's were lied too. But not "tried to do good"
I don't fathom what it is about defending wrongdoers.
The FBI was on this investigation for about 10 years
The FBI is full of highly intelligent people.
I think its safe to conclude that the FBI is most definitely correct on this.
I don't even understand why we should feel for these people. If anything these people should be used as a life lesson (especially if one does not have a fear of Hashem)"hmm... if I steal, maybe the FBI will see me, and catch me, and then put me in jail."