Rubashkin Family, Its Slaughterhouse Practices, Its Money, Its Labor Practices, Its Landord/Tenant Practices and FailedMessiah.
LostMessiah, March 27, 2016
With the recent claims of improper conduct by prosecutors in the Rubashkin case, with thought we would remind you of the details. Rather than try to recreate the wheel and since FailedMessiah had written at great length and done the arduous process of researching the many nuances of both the Rubashking family and the case against them himself, we felt it better to direct you to Failed Messiah’s information, now again relevant.
In a long article, posted by FailedMessiah, Shmayra provides significant information regarding the Rubashkin family, its holdings, and more importantly, the inhumane practices with regard to the slaughter of animals in, amongst others, the Agriprocessors plant.
In a quote from that post regarding the Slaughterhouse Magnate’s family and its millions Shmayra wrote:
Aaron Rubashkin and his children were caught trying to hide assets from the Agriprocessors bankruptcy trustee and creditors. On January 31, 2011 a judge ruled against Aaron Rubashkin, noting among other things millions of dollars in transfers from a Swiss bank account.
The Rubashkin family are prominent members of the Chabad-Lubavitch hasidic movement, a subsection of Orthodox Judaism that began in what is now Belarus in the latter third of the 18th century and which is now based in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, New York. Chabad-Lubavitch is perhaps best known for its missionary activity to non-Orthodox Jews and for the prevalent belief within the movement that its late leader, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson, who died in 1994, is the messiah. Sholom Rubashkin served as a Chabad-Lubavitch rabbi before he took the job of leading his family’s kosher slaughterhouse in 1987.