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Amid a rash of violent robberies, the Northwest Citizens Patrol sent out an urgent call on Facebook for extra volunteers to help monitor the streets of its Baltimore neighborhood. Within five days, two residents had been robbed at gunpoint while another...
pix11.com | @jaydownycRabbi Yehezkel Zion walked back into his Borough Park, Brooklyn home Monday evening with his hand full – and his mind at ease. The family’s three foot menorah – stolen last Tuesday night, by a not too bright cat burglar who walked in...
Eliyahu Werdesheim avoided a prison sentence Wednesday for the 2010 attack of a black teenager in Northwest Baltimore, in a case that heightened community divides. Werdesheim, a former member of an Orthodox Jewish citizens' watch group, was sentenced...
Eliyahu Werdesheim, one of two brothers accused of assaulting a teenager in Northwest Baltimore, was convicted Thursday of false imprisonment and second-degree assault, in a case that has sparked neighborhood tensions and raised questions about a...
If you want to get a real sense of a TV newsroom's priorities and values beyond all the "we're on your side" hype, check it out in times of stress. Stress is defined here as major stories breaking or unfolding at a time when there is an extra emphasis on...
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Regarding the Werdesheim case, it's time to talk about who is responsible for what ("Werdesheim case lessons," May 6). We now know that Corey Ausby, the teenager whom the Werdesheim brothers confronted, was suspended from school. Why weren't his...
The guilty verdict against one of two brothers accused of beating a Northwest Baltimore teen cuts through the conflicting accounts of what happened on Fallstaff Road nearly 18 months ago and arrives at an essential truth: When Eliyahu Werdesheim stepped...
The judge presiding over the trial of two brothers accused of assaulting a teen in Northwest Baltimore plans to give her ruling in the case Thursday afternoon. Baltimore Circuit Judge Pamela J. White has heard a week of arguments in the bench trial of...
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Defense requests for an early end to the trial of two brothers accused of assaulting a teen in Northwest Baltimore were denied by a Baltimore circuit judge Tuesday afternoon. After the state rested its case around 3 p.m., Baltimore Circuit Judge Pamela...
It is all too common in city courts to see witnesses reluctant to testify, even under threat of imprisonment, or developing amnesia over what had happened in front of them. But this week, it was not a bystander but the alleged victim himself who...
Tags: Politics, Witnesses, Government, Crime, Law and Justice, Judaism
As outrage grows across the country about the shooting of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in Florida, a Baltimore case with some similar themes could come back into the spotlight this week: the trial of two members of a community patrol organization in...
Tags: Shootings, Injuries and Wounds, Health, Judaism, Lawyers
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