Judge Extends Protection Order for Alleged Sex-Assault victim Against court Shutterbugs

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A Brooklyn judge today extended an order of protection against three men, accused of secretly photographing an alleged sex-assault victim in court and posting those images online.

Prosecutors said the alleged shutterbug work of Yona Weissman, Joseph Fried and Lemon Juice “was done to intimidate a witness,” in the trial of an alleged sex abuser.


Joseph Fried, Yona Weissman and Lemon Juice.

Solomon Antar, a lawyer for Juice, said his client only snapped pictures outside court. But Justice Charles Troia ruled: “The court finds an order of protection is warranted [for all three suspects].”

The men had all been sitting in on the trial of ultra-Orthodox Jewish educator, rabbi and sex-assault suspect Nechemya Weberman.

Juice insisted he’s on the side the alleged victim and has no ties to his two fellow defendants.

Source: The NY Post

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2 thoughts on “Judge Extends Protection Order for Alleged Sex-Assault victim Against court Shutterbugs

  • December 5, 2012 at 10:43 pm
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    This is a non story, get it off the front page please

  • December 6, 2012 at 12:11 am
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    Interesting enough that the fourth guy mr. Zupnick who is a son of one of the richest man in Williamsburg, is some how off the hook

    wonder how that happened

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