State’s Attorney Should Charge Rabbi Notis With Multiple Counts of Risk of Injury to A Child

State’s Attorney Should Charge Rabbi Notis With Multiple Counts of Risk of Injury to A Child

Now that Daniel Greer has been adjudged a serial pedophile by a jury of his peers, the 20 minors living in buildings controlled by the Greer are all at risk.  Currently Rabbi Notis runs a boarding school in which 20 minors are living in apartments owned by non-profit organizations controlled by the Goat.  These minor children are schooled in a building in which the Goat lurks about, leering at these youngsters.

Rabbi Notis and these minor children are aware of the $15 million verdict against the Goat.  Notis and these minor children are aware that the former principal of the Goat school, Avi Hack, testified that he was repeatedly raped in the very buildings these minors now occupy.  Notis and these minor children are aware that Mirlis testified that he too was repeatedly raped in the very buildings that these minors now occupy.  Notis is aware that Dr. Julian Ford, a distinguished professor of psychiatry at the University of Connecticut, testified that Mirlis suffered Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome after being raped by the Goat in these buildings.  Ford further testified that there was evidence that the Goat molested his own children Ezi and / or Dov Greer.

Yet Notis continues to run a boarding school in which he exposes these 20 minors to a serial pedophile on a daily basis.  Notis should be charged with 20 counts of violation of Section 53-21 of the Connecticut Criminal Code, risk of injury to a minor, a class C felony.

Section 53-21 of the Connecticut Criminal Code provides he following:  “(a) Any person who (1) wilfully or unlawfully causes or permits any child under the age of sixteen years to be placed in such a situation that the life or limb of such child is endangered, the health of such child is likely to be injured or the morals of such child are likely to be impaired, or does any act likely to impair the health or morals of any such child, shall be guilty of …. a class C felony for a violation of subdivision (1)… of this subsection…”

The Connecticut Supreme Court has interpreted this statute in the following manner:  “The general purpose of § 53-21 is to protect the physical and psychological well-being of children from the potentially harmful conduct of adults… both parts of the statute are intended to protect children from predatory and potentially harmful conduct of adults… the first part of § 53-21 prohibits the wilful creation of a ‘situation’ likely to impair the health of a child and thus encompasses the protection of the body as well as the safety and security of the environment in which the child exists, and for which the adult is responsible. The plain language of the first part of § 53-21 indicates the legislature’s understanding that there is a broad class of intentional conduct that can put a child’s well-being seriously at risk without any physical contact by the perpetrator…”  State v. Payne.

The Chief State’s Attorney in Connecticut is Kevin Kane.  The conduct of Rabbi Notis needs to be reported to Attorney Kane so that he may open an investigation.  Attorney Kane needs to contact Mirlis, Avi Hack, Ezi Greer, Dov Greer and Dr. Julian Ford in order to obtain further information about the Goat that was not allowed into evidence during the Mirlis trial.


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