Who exactly was Menachem Stark — and why did he die so violent a death so far outside the Hasidic community where he lived his entire life?
The reward for information in the murder of Brooklyn real estate developer Menachem Stark has been raised to $72,000, with his family contributing $50,000.
Police admit they have no suspects and few strong leads in the investigation into the shocking kidnap and murder of Hasidic real estate developer Menachem Stark.
The so-called ‘knockout’ game has already struck unsuspecting Jews in New York and elsewhere. Eli Reiter feels himself experiencing a uniquely Jewish kind of fear.
Hasidic developer Menachem Stark reportedly died from “compression asphyxiation,” likely caused when his attackers sat on him after kidnapping him in a van, several sources reported.
Menachem Stark’s community wants him to be recalled as a Jew in death. Wasn’t he also a Jew when he bounced checks and rented out apartments unfit for animals, Jay Michaelson asks.
The New York Post is under fire for a cover story about the murder of Hasidic landlord Menachem Stark.
Menachem Stark was a good father and a generous man, his brother-in-law writes. The Hasidic developer didn’t deserve to be brutally murdered — or smeared when he cannot respond.
Stunned relatives and friends mourned the death of murdered Hasidic real estate developer Menachem Stark — as police continued to hunt in vain for his killers Monday.
Questions continue to swirl around the brutal murder of Menachem Stark. The Hasidic community is up in arms about the depiction of the real estate man in newspaper accounts.