“This stuff is in the paper, God, hundreds and hundreds of times,” a resident said, hoping the saga is over. Others say it’s just getting started.
“Lamm and his codefendants are still building and developing projects based upon zoning approvals … built on lies. We need to stop this.”
Despite the December arrest of builder Shalom Lamm, the fledgling Hasidic community in Bloomingburg is fighting to keep growing.
The case of Jewish real estate developers charged with a voter fraud scheme in the Catskills community of Bloomingburg will continue through the federal court system this week, a legacy of dismissed U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara.
A public meeting in Bloomingburg turned sour last night amid recriminations over the federal voter fraud indictments that have rocked the upstate New York village.
Officials in an upstate New York town are preparing new efforts to roll back a decade of work to build a Satmar Hasidic village after election fraud charges.
Conspiracy charges have shaken the village of Bloomingburg. What do they mean for the future of the Hasidic village now growing there?
Federal prosecutors have charged Bloomingburg developer Shalom Lamm with conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process.
Bloomingburg, New York, has been a battleground, as local governments and an Orthodox developer faced off in court. Now, the fight is winding down. The winner? The Satmar rebbe.
A federal judge indicated that she will dismiss a federal racketeering lawsuit filed against an Orthodox Jewish developer building a housing development in the upstate New York village of Bloomingburg.