MI K’AMCHA YISROEL! Read This Letter Sent To President Trump Pleading For A Pardon

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An individual named Moshe Meisels wrote the attached letter to President Trump asking for Eli Weinstein to be pardoned. 

The man says he is owed $23 Million by Weinstein, but still wrote to the President pleading to have Weinstein pardoned.

The letter is attached below.

Mi K’Amcha Yisroel!

(YWN World Headquarters – NYC)


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  1. This letter is what a YID is all about.

    We are sick and tired of Yidden throwing other yidden in Jail. A yid DOES NOT BELONG IN JAIL! (unless he is a physical danger to the people around him.)

    Pidyan Shvuim is the greatest Mitzvah we have. yet not only are people NOT helping yidden with this mitzvah, BUT they have the RISHAS to encourage yidden to be prosecuted by the EVIL justice system of the USA.

    How STUPID that they put people in jail for life convicted for monetary crimes (as if Jail will help them get the MONEY BACK) and people who are a true danger to society receive much smaller sentances

  2. @y2r, the reason they put people in jail for monetary crimes is a deterrent, for the same reason why people don’t blow red lights because they know they may get a ticket.
    If someone is not capable of hondling erlich stay out of the business world.
    I have a lot of respect for Mr. Meisles I don’t know if I would have been able to write such a letter after someone stole that type of money from me.

  3. Y2r, how do you think people who have been convicted of monetary crimes should be dealt with?
    Jail is a terrible thing, but what else stops other people from committing these crimes?

  4. Beautiful! As stated, what a kiddush hashem, showing our essence and the beauty of being a yid. Not sure that everyone could do the same but we certainly all aspire to reach such a level. May Hashem repay Mr Meisels in kind. Not to detract, but, “G-d will find ways to repay me” would probably have been better phrased “G-d will see fit to repay me”. While I am sure that it was not at all the intention, G-D does not need to “find ways”, he just needs to want it to be, or at most “choose a way”. Also, to Shaindel6 who asks “how do you think people who have been convicted of monetary crimes should be dealt with”, as observant Jews, don’t you think that be should look in the Torah for such guidance? The Torah does not punish with jail time and clearly delineates appropriate restitution and punishment.

  5. @HaKatan, you must have a very low IQ, because to garnish wages at 23 Million it would be about 1000 years before it would be paid back