Re: Not so kosher butcher
- From: "cindys" <cstein1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 11 Sep 2006 15:15:27 +0000 (UTC)
<karenelizabeth3@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
But we *know* that the alleged perpetrator hasn't come before any civil
authorities yet. Has a rabbinical court conclusively ruled that this
man was selling treyf meat?
The man's motives or guilt or innocence notwithstanding, I don't think there
is any doubt that he was selling treif meat. The rabbis of the shuls in
Monsey have already held community meetings with their congregants and
paskened (made halachic rulings) for their communities regarding what can be
kashered, what needs to be thrown out, etc. It's not a one-on-one CYLRA sort
of thing. My impression from speaking to my friend in Monsey is that while
the man's motives remain a mystery, there is no doubt that the meat was
treif, and the issue isn't simply about that one truckload.
Did I somehow miss that? Because all I've
seen to date is -- (i) reference to the truckload of chicken that
started this whole thing, and actions that need to be taken if you know
that you used *that* chicken; and (ii) CYLRA if you purchased from him
before that. I haven't yet seen any other rabbinic verdict.