Monday, October 30, 2006

WARNING: Dr. Rabbi Alan Horowitz Believed To Be In Israel

The following warning comes from The Awareness Center, Inc.


Rabbi Alan Horowitz, MD - One of New York's 100 Most Wanted

The goal of this e-mail is to protect any unsuspecting child from harm. Please forward this to all parents you know in Tel Aviv, Israel
WARNING: Rabbi Alan Horowitz is currently missing and in violation of his parole. He is believed to be in or around Tel Aviv, Israel

Current offense involved the sexual abuse of numerous underaged males and females known to him. If you have any information contact New York's 100 Most Wanted tip line: 1-800-262-4321

Do not attempt to apprehend this subject. If you have information about the whereabouts of this fugitive, immediately contact New York's 100 Most Wanted tips line: 1-800-262-4321
Rabbi Alan Jay "Shneur" Horowitz, MD - Child Psychiatrist
(AKA: Shneor Altar, Mike Sonkin, Alan Horowitz, Alan J. Horowitz, Shneur Horowitz, The NAMBLA Rabbi)

Rabbi Alan J. Horowitz, is a convicted sex offender, an ordained Orthodox rabbi and an adolescent psychiatrist. He is married with one child and seven step-children.

Allegations of child abuse have followed Horowitz for decades. In Maryland, he was convicted in 1983 of performing an unnatural sexual act on the 12-year-old boy who was his patient. Allegedly, Horwitz has assaulted a string of children from California to Israel to New York in the past twenty years. Alan J. Horowitz is a rabbi, magna cum laude, M.D., Ph.D., a graduate of Duke University, and a writer for NAMBLA (North American Man/Boy Love Association) publications.

In 1990 and 1991, Horowitz was charged with sexually abusing two boys under the age of 11, a boy less than 14 years old and a girl under the age of 17. On July 27, 1992, Horowitz pled guilty to sodomizing a nine-year-old psychiatric patient as part of a plea agreement. The charge was but one of the 41 pending sex-related charges involving multiple children that had been pending against him. Horowitz was sentenced to ten to twenty years in prison.

Rabbi Horowitz was released on conditional parole November 1, 2004 from Oneida Prison, NY. His current reported address is: 15 Ashgrove Place, 1st Floor, Albany, NY 12202. According to the New York Sex Offender Registry he is Designation: Sexually Violent Offender and Predicate Sex Offender. It is listed that his victims ranged in age from age 8 to 14.

4 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.thestate.com/mld/state/news/opinion/15869699.htm

When the clergy takes sexual advantage
By MARC HOWARD WILSON

As recent traumatizing events shake those of us in the national Jewish community, we realize that the phenomenon is certainly not exclusive to the Catholic priesthood, despite the intensity of recent media focus. It is endemic.

Nearly 40 years ago, my classmates and I, and certainly our yeshiva’s instructors, openly discussed the intellectual genius and psychotic disposition (“nutcase”) of a fellow seminarian. Yet he was duly ordained, recruited to work with vulnerable youth, rising to the top of the pop chart. And now, his name disgraces national headlines for countless allegations of abuse, and all we can say is that “we knew it all along.” Shame on him, but immeasurably more shame on us.

Mr. Wilson is a rabbi in Greenville. Write to him at MarcWilson1216@aol.com

October 31, 2006 11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3321833,00.html

Study: 1 in 5 assaulted Israeli women raped

Harsh statistics arise from new research: Over 20 percent of women in Israel raped, 12 percent victims of sexual assault, 61 percent inappropriately touched, 93 percent victims of verbal sexual harassment

November 01, 2006 9:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I applaud Rabbi Wilson's bravery in coming forward and saying this. Hopefully, as the topic of sexually abusive rabbis moves into the collective community's conscience, this won't happen anymore.

November 01, 2006 11:59 AM  
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