Mirlis has alleged in his paperwork filed in the goat rape case that the goat had some kind of sexual relationship with a prominent New York Attorney named Mordy. Mordy is general counsel for Agudath Israel, one of the largest American Orthodox Jewish organizations, and has worked for Agudath for the last 15 years.
I do have evidence of a close relationship between Mordy, the Goat and Harold Hack. Mordy is listed in land records as the secretary of a Greer controlled non-profit entity known as Y.O.N.H., Inc. I have found no records in the government web sites that this organization even exists. Y.O.N.H., Inc borrowed twenty five large from Herschel and Donna Schlank. It was Mordy who signed the mortgage on behalf of Y.O.N.H, Inc.
The Schlanks joined the goat in a legal battle to stop a laundromat from opening a few blocks from the compound. The goat and the Schlanks were represented by the goat’s attorney William Gallagher. After Gallagher died a few years ago it was discovered he had robbed his clients out of a million dollars.
The laundromat battle got ugly. Here are some of the comments made by New Haven residents to the local rag: “I liked Greer better as a gun toting activist protector of the neighborhood better than Eli the clean undies warrior with a free attorney who has more time than clients on hand.”
Here’s another comment: “Like it or not, this laundromat issue has raised critical issues regarding joblessness, drugs, prejudice, discrimination and the relationship between Blacks and Jews. Those of us who live at the core of Whalley Avenue are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with Rabbi Greer and are starting to find his photo opportunities and grandstanding as a bit self-serving for the benefit of his enclave in the Whalley community. So what if he is a property owner!”
And another New Haven citizen angry at the goat: “Who does Greer think he is? What makes him the decision maker of all things in and around our hood? The social implications and consequences of his grandiose behavior have resulted in a groundswell that has quietly formed a consensus about him. The frustration about him and his “concerned only about his property mentality” has been powerfully building for many residents who have sat back and watched him engage in one endeavor after the next, supposedly on the community’s behalf, without ever canvassing the hood.”
The Goat lives in the New Haven hood surrounded by eight foot tall fences that the Goat constructed to keep safe. The Schlanks live in the hood of Bethany, surrounded by acres and acres of empty space, and dangerous cows.
Mordy never mentioned on his Linked In page that he was secretary for goat controlled non profit Y.O.N.H., Inc. But Mordy listed that he worked for prominent attorney Nathan Lewin. The Goat hired Lewin to represent his children, and the Hack kids in the failed lawsuit against Yale University. It was called the Yale Five.
Mordy, the Goat and Harold Hack borrowed $22,500.00 from Mario and Anthony Puglisi. All three signed the mortgage to the Puglisi Family. I can always recognize the Goat’s paw print signature. I wonder why Mordy, the goat and Hack had to borrow money from the Puglisi Family? The mortgage made reference to a loan agreement that was supposed to be attached, but there was no attachment filed with the land records. I wonder how much what interest rate Mordy, the Goat and Harold were paying to the Puglisi’s. I wonder if the Puglisi’s were loan sharks.
Since this blog was first posted I tracked down Mordecai and was able to speak with him. Mordecai worked for the Goat back in the 1980s. I spoke with him on 9/27/18. Attorney Mordecai told me that working for the Goat was “the worst experience of my entire life.” Mordecai said that the compound was “abusive.” He said that had he known that the Goat was raping children he would have called the police and had the Goat locked up years ago. Mordecai said that he put a mortgage on a Goat property for $50K because the Goat owed him $50K in back salary. The Goat claimed that he was having cash flow issues and could not make regular payments to Mordecai. Mordecai agreed to defer his salary. Eventually Mordecai was advised to put a lien on the Goat’s real estate. Mordecai was also advised by a New Haven Rabbi who ran a local shul for 30 years, Bikur Cholem, to leave New Haven. Mordecai told this Rabbi about the abuse he suffered under the thumb of the Goat. The Rabbi told him to leave New Haven as soon as possible. Many people who lived in the compound left for the same reason. The Goat started two Kollels in the compound. Each Kollel was disbanded by the Goat. The Kollel rabbis were forced to leave after the Goat refused to pay them. Countless Jewish families have lived in the compound, only later to be driven out by the Goat.