Rabbi Eisemann’s Trial Set to Begin July 9th As Prosecutors Seek to Put Away An Innocent Man

The trial of Rabbi Osher Eisemann is scheduled to commence on July 9th with jury selection, as he faces charges of money facilitation and corruption of a corporate official.

The prosecution’s strategy has raised eyebrows, as they have chosen not to indict Rabbi Eisemann on the alleged underlying crimes, instead focusing on the fallout charge of money facilitation – indicating they know he did not commit any underlying crime.

The case revolves around a 12-day loan from the school, which the prosecution claims was used to promote another crime. However, it has already been established that the loan was made using private funds, not government money, and the lead detective has testified that such a loan was permissible. Furthermore, the second alleged criminal act, a loan write-down, is disputed by the bookkeeper who made the transaction, who claims it was a simple bookkeeping maneuver, not an attempt to erase a debt.

Forensic audits ordered by the commerce department of the attorney general’s office have also shown that no loan balance existed between Rabbi Eisemann and the foundation, and that the foundation actually owed Rabbi Eisemann money. Despite this, the justice department refuses to consider these audits, clinging to their theory of a loan and attempted write-down.

As the trial approaches, Rabbi Eisemann’s legal team urgently needs hundreds of thousands of dollars to prepare for trial, including outstanding legal fees that must be paid immediately.

Please donate generously to this worthy cause by visiting pidyonshvuyim.com and daven for Osher ben Chana Frumet.

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