Road to Recovery
APRIL 27-28, 2014
Rabbi Stanley Levitt, a dangerous pedophile, is living and worshiping in Baltimore, MD
Massachusetts school settled with men who were sexually abused by Rabbi Stanley Levitt
What: A press conference announcing the settlement of a sexual abuse case against a dangerous pedophile, Rabbi Stanley Levitt, who is living in Baltimore, MD and worshiping at a Baltimore synagogue.
When: Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 11:00 AM
Where: On the sidewalk in front of the synagogue housing the Ohel Yakov Congregation, 3200 Glen Avenue, Baltimore, MD, 21215.
Who: Michael Brecher, a Baltimore-area resident who is a sexual abuse victim of Rabbi Stanley Levitt; Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., Mr. Brecher’s advocate who is President of Road to Recovery, Inc., a non-profit charity based in New Jersey; other supporters, and friends.
Why: Michael Brecher was a young boy attending the Maimonides School in Brookline, MA in the 1970s when he encountered Rabbi Stanley Levitt, who sexually abused him and other boys. In December, 2013, the Maimonides School found Michael Brecher and others credible and paid a settlement of six figures to Mr. Brecher. Rabbi Stanley Levitt, the abuser, pled guilty in August, 2012, of sexually assaulting several young boys at a Boston area hospital, his Brighton, MA, home, and Jewish ritual locations. Levitt, who is 68 years old, now lives in the Baltimore area and continues to pose a risk to children. He has been welcomed to worship with the Ohel Yakov Congregation where many children attend with their families.
Michael Brecher will discuss the settlement he received in December, 2013, the details of his sexual abuse by Rabbi Stanley Levitt in Massachusetts, and the danger Mr. Brecher believes Rabbi Levitt continues to pose in the Baltimore, MD, area.
Contacts: Robert M. Hoatson, Ph.D., Road to Recovery, Inc. – 862-368-2800
Attorney Mitchell Garabedian, Boston, MA – 617-523-6250
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