Voyeuristic rabbi refuses to vacate Georgetown synagogue

Since October, scandal has circulated around Barri Freundel, the 62-year-old ex-Rabbi of the Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel. He is now refusing to vacate his home which is owned not by him, but by the synagogue of which he… Read More


Prosecutors build case against Georgetown rabbi accused of voyeurism

D.C. prosecutors are not yet sure how to handle the case of Barry Freundel, the Georgetown rabbi charged with voyeurism last month for allegedly filming naked women in his synagogue’s ritual bath area. The prosecutors need more time to… Read More


Deli ditches ‘the Freundel’ after Georgetown rabbi is accused of voyeurism

First his job, now his sandwich. Georgetown rabbi Barry Freundel‘s life is unwinding after his arrest for voyeurism following a police investigation of his home two weeks ago. Foggy Bottom deli Char Bar and Eli’s Market changed the name… Read More


Georgetown rabbi accused of voyeurism allegedly invited Towson students to use synagogue showers

Barry Freundel‘s alleged voyeurism keeps looking worse and worse. After charging the Kesher Israel synagogue rabbi with six counts of misdemeanor voyeurism last week, police say they found evidence of hundreds of videos of women using the synagogue’s… Read More


Georgetown rabbi’s alleged voyeurism is extensive, police say

Georgetown rabbi Barry Freundel allegedly filmed not only six naked women in his synagogue’s ritual shower area but many more in over a hundred different videos. Freundel was charged with six counts of misdemeanor voyeurism after a woman caught… Read More


Georgetown rabbi allegedly filmed six naked women in synagogue showers

More details have emerged surrounding the arrest of Barry Freundel for voyeurism. Freundel, the rabbi at the Georgetown synagogue Kesher Israel, allegedly filmed at least six naked or partially naked women with a hidden camera in the synagogue’s ritual… Read More

November Campus Crime Watch

View November 2009 in a larger map Crime was down significantly from October, when 52 incidents were recorded in the Department of Public Safety’s Daily Crime Log. In November’s crime log (PDF), there were 28 incidents reported. Here’s… Read More