Police: 3 Haredi men sexually abused mentally ill girl

By MELANIE LIDMAN
July 2, 2012 11:37

 
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Jerusalem police arrested three ultra-Orthodox men on Sunday who are accused of rape and sexually abusing a teenage girl with mental illness. According to police, one of the suspects is the head of a yeshiva. Two of the suspects are accused of taking advantage of a teenager with mental issues who turned to them for financial assistance.

The men allegedly agreed to give her money after raping her and sexually abusing her, and continued to abuse her a number of times. One of the suspects is also accused of sexually abusing young children.

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