Part of the police documents the prosecutors gave to Levi Aron's defense counsel today at his arraignment include his statement and confession to police the morning he was arrested. When the detective offered to get him kosher food, Aron replied that he wasn't keeping kosher and could eat from McDonald's. He then added that he was “trying to get back into the Jewish religion.”
The court also today released Aron's handwritten confession that gave the chilling details and timeline of the crime. He brought Leiby into the wedding with him to eat, the night he picked him up. The next day the child stayed at his house alone while he went to work. That is where he saw the missing child posters and panicked. And he committed the fatal crime just a very short time before the police came to his house after tracing his car. He was alive for almost the entire duration of the massive search for him.
Rav Dovid Goldwasser was at today's court arraignment for Aron.