Assemblyman Dov Hikind has information--including the names of 60 accused sexual predators--detailing child sexual abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community.
According to Hikind, he isn't sharing the information with the authorities because 1) the statutes of limitations have expired and no prosecution or civil lawsuit could be filed, and 2) the victims spoke to him in confidence.
In other words, the mighty Dov Hikind, high on the stench of self-importance oozing from his every pore, has deemed the potential abuse and suffering of current and future victims irrelevant.
It's good to be a politician, no?
And, apropos of inappropriate sexual conduct and the Orthodox Jewish community, apparently it's also good to be a rabbi, the Special Underpants Rabbi that is:
The critical battleground in the War Between the Grunwalds would prove to be niddah, or “separation,” i.e., when the menstruating female is considered “impure” and kept apart from her husband. “It isn’t just your period,” Gitty says. After a woman stops bleeding, she has to wear white underwear for seven days, checking constantly to see if there’s any discharge. Should spotting occur, the woman takes her underwear to a special rabbi who examines the color, shape, and density of the stain. It is he who divines when it is safe for the woman to immerse herself in the mikvah (ritual bath) and be reunited with her husband.
These religious people should take a lesson from the Underpants Gnomes; if you're so inclined, it's possible to handle other people's underwear without having to debase them.