Re-Capturing The Friedman StoryMother of alleged victim speaks out, in light of new evidence suggesting the Great Neck father and son were wrongly convicted.
The Jewish Week
Nov. 21, 2012
While U.S. Media Celebrates Feminization of Boys, China Moves to Prevent 'Masculinity Crisis'
Trump On EU: 'People Want Their Own Identity,' Don't Want Migrants 'Coming In & Destroying' Them
LOL: 'Never Trump' Signatories 'Fear They've Been Blacklisted'
Pakistani Mom Invites Daughter to 'Wedding Reception,' Burns Her Alive For Picking Own Husband
Australia: African Gang 'Smash & Raid' Jewelry Store
A self-described introvert, Arline Epstein has never thought of herself as an activist, but more like someone who tries to do the right thing. And that’s just what she thought she was doing 24 years ago when she put her 10-year-old son Mike in therapy after police and other parents convinced her — over Mike’s initial insistence to the contrary — that he had been molested by a popular retired schoolteacher named Arnold Friedman and his son Jesse during after-school computer classes in their Great Neck home.