Thursday, November 03, 2005

Rabbi David Kaye exposed by DATELINE NBC on Friday Nov 4, 2005 8/7central

From the Dateline NBC website

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 - 8:00 PM ET / 7:00 PM Central on NBC

In a hidden camera investigation, Chris Hansen brings "Dateline" viewers yet another shocking report on adults trolling Internet chat rooms in pursuit of children. The broadcast includes startling confrontations between Hansen and men caught in the investigation, and the report offers parents advice about how to protect their children from this pervasive danger.

This should be very informative, there's nothing like good hard proof caught on tape. I recommend watching this or taping it to watch later.

Hey enablers, what do you have to say now?


Blogger jewishwhistleblower said...

1) A photo of Rabbi David Kaye with two other Rabbinical child molesters (both convicted).

2) Part of the photo of himself, Rabbi David Kaye sent to what he believed was a 13 year old boy. Also a transcript of their online conversation. Caution this is NOT recommended reading. It is very graphic and truly repugnant.

3) Panim statement

November 2, 2005.

On October 31, 2005, Rabbi David Kaye, former PANIM Vice President for Program , informed me of certain personal conduct that took place outside of our organization, that may soon be aired as part of a larger news story on national television. He immediately tendered his resignation, which I accepted.

We currently are undertaking an internal inquiry to be certain that there has been no similar misconduct at PANIM, in any way. At this point, there have been no allegations of, nor any evidence of, any improprieties involving PANIM programs or participants and Rabbi Kaye or any other staff member. Furthermore, no complaints have ever been lodged against Rabbi Kaye or any other staff member by students, visiting faculty, parents or fellow staff members.

The trust which parents and schools place in us to care for their teenagers imposes a heavy responsibility on PANIM. PANIM maintains a zero tolerance policy for any inappropriate activity or behavior involving our faculty, staff or participants. That policy and our rigid enforcement of it, have served to protect our students from unfortunate incidents that have taken place in other institutions serving young people.

Our primary responsibility is the well being of our participants and the integrity of our program. For 18 years PANIM has had a stellar reputation for providing transformative educations programs for Jewish youth focused on Jewish values and social responsibility. Our faculty and staff remain committed to training the next generation of Jewish leadership and to ensuring the well being of our participants.

November 03, 2005 7:02 PM  

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