Wednesday, October 29, 2014

R Freundel accused of Mikve camera: Police set up hotline for those who think they were victimized

Washington Post Authorities investigating a Georgetown rabbi accused of secretly recording women in a ritual bath in Northwest Washington have set up a hotline number for people who think they might have been victimized. 

D.C. Police Chief Cathy L. Lanier, in her first public comments on the arrest of Rabbi Barry Freundel, said Tuesday that the investigation is expected to take a long time as forensic experts comb through computer storage devices seized in the case.

“It’s really a tragic case and it is going to take some time for all the details to unfold,” Lanier told Bruce DePuyt on her monthly appearance on NewsChannel 8. “I think this case will be rolling out for some time.” She added, “For people who are potential victims, that is agonizing.”

The number at the U.S. attorney’s office is . There is also an e-mail address,, and a web site with updated information:
Lanier said it is important that potential victims “who are part of this larger family can follow what is going on.” [...]

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