Lakewood Rabbi Accused of Laundering $630,000 in Special Needs Earmarked Public Funds

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TRENTON — A New Jersey rabbi who runs a school for children with developmental disabilities was indicted Wednesday for allegedly stealing public money intended to educate special needs students, authorities said. Osher Eisemann, 60, the founder and director of the School for Children with Hidden Intelligence in Lakewood, is accused of using a private fundraising nonprofit…

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