Hasidic Jewish Child Sex Abuse Case Provides Rare Window Into Private Culture

By Rob Sachs (The Voice of Russia)
January 23, 2013

WASHINGTON – The child sexual abuse case of Nechemya Weberman, an Orthodox Jewish counselor sentenced to 103 years in prison for sexually abusing a young girl, has given the public a rare opportunity into the world of a close-knit community. Host Rob Sachs spoke with Ben Hirsch, a spokesperson for Survivors for Justice, to discuss the case and the culture of the Hasidic community.