BREAKING: Judge Grants Hearing on Earthshattering New Evidence That Fully Exonerates Rabbi Eisemann

A hearing was held today in the case of Rabbi Osher Eisemann regarding new evidence that fully exonerates the SCHI founder.

During the hearing, the prosecution tried arguing that the bookkeeper who has now come forward is lying and that the new evidence should not be admissible, but Judge Bucca appeared interested by it. While he did not automatically dismiss the conviction – he can’t before hearing from both sides regarding the evidence – the judge has granted a hearing to determine the credibility of the new evidence.

If Judge Bucca determines that the evidence is compelling enough to overturn the case, he can order a retrial.

The evidentiary hearing will take place sometime in February, and opposing briefs from the defense and prosecution will be filed between now and then.

The defense believes this is the best possible outcome for Rabbi Eisemann, but all are requested to continue davening for Osher ben Chana Frumet.

Pictured in court today:




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  1. I am unfortunately not so well versed in this story (although I have been davening for him). Is this evidence for him or against him? In other words, is this good news or bad news?

    • Dfense team.
      Apparently an unclear bookkeeping entry is what gave the prosecution room to accuse.
      Apparently the original bookkeeper who entered the info now agreed to present her explanation of it.

  2. I work very very hard to make an honest living. I pay a lot of money in taxes to the Federal Government and to the State of NJ. I would like to apologize to Rabbi Eisemann that my hard earned money is going in part towards the prosecution.

  3. May Hashem bring Rabbi Eisemann’s yeshua bikarov and end this long and bitter parsha. Whether we face good news or the opposite, it is always in Hashem’s hands and that never changes. Hashem can make things right even when the odds are stacked against the tzaddik, and vice versa. We must continue davening and being boteach only in Hashem, not in new evidence or witnesses.

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