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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New York

Members of a Los Angeles synagogue were infuriated last week when Jona Rechnitz, a disgraced real estate developer and crooked donor to Mayor de Blasio, donated over $30,000 so that he and his father could participate in the Yom Kippur services on Saturday, October 1.

Sources told The Post that Rechnitz was permitted to pick up the Torah while his father read aloud from the holy Jewish text. According to the sources, an honor purchased for the rabbi by Rechnitz was included in the more than $30,000.

Rechnitz’s “pricey piety” upset one congregant so much that he slammed down his prayer book, and left the Yeshivat Yavneh temple to go worship somewhere else, sources told The Post. 

One source at the synagogue told The Post, “There’s no

On the morning of Tuesday, October 3, Steven Croman, a major New York City landlord who owns more than 140 apartment buildings across Manhattan, was officially sentenced to one year in jail for fraudulently refinancing loans and committing tax fraud. 

Croman was taken into custody on Tuesday and will serve out his sentence on Rikers Island. As part of his guilty plea, he is also paying a $5 million tax settlement to the State; Croman paid the first $3 million of that settlement last month.


Jeffrey Epstein, aged 63, is a billionaire and former Bear Sterns financier who made a fortune with his own financial firm, “J. Epstein and Co.” in 2008. He is also a registered sex offender who was arrested and convicted of soliciting an underage girl for prostitution, for which he served a year and a month in prison. He currently is living in the U.S. Virgin Islands.  Now, he is dealing with lawsuits related to his sexual activities.

Mr. Epstein has now had to pay $5.5 million to settle

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., and New York City Department of Investigation Commissioner Mark G. Peters announced last week the indictment of 30 people for using forged parking placards to park illegally or to dispute previously issued parking tickets. The defendants are charged in New York State Supreme Court indictments with various charges including Criminal Possession of a Forged Instrument in the Second Degree, Offering a False Instrument for Filing in the First

Acting Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez last week announced that a Queens man has been indicted on charges of grand larceny for allegedly stealing approximately $100,000 from a woman who hired him to help save her East New York home from foreclosure.

Acting District Attorney Gonzalez said, “When the victim in this case hired the defendant to help save her house she had no idea he was allegedly a heartless crook who was pocketing her hard earned cash, even though he knew his scam would