Does crime pay ?

Hey everyone! I came across some shocking information that got me thinking, “Does crime actually pay?” We often hear the saying, “Crime doesn’t pay,” but when it comes to certain individuals, it seems like they’re making a fortune! Check out the attached invoice and let’s dive into the numbers together.

The Mishna, a Jewish text, states, “כדי שלא יהא חוטא נשכר” – roughly translated as “so that a sinner should not be rewarded.” However, it seems that in the case of these criminals, they’re not only rewarded but also handsomely compensated. Let’s break it down.

In the attached invoice, labeled as “Invoice 184,” we can assume it represents an average bill. It reveals that these charlatans made a staggering sum of $59,800 in just eight months! Can you imagine that? They spent less than a year threatening innocent people, all in the pursuit of power and money.

Taking this average amount into consideration, these two main cronies managed to rake in a whopping $89,700 in a year. To give you an idea of the breakdown, let’s have a closer look:

  • “Rabbi” Josh Heber – $44,850
  • “Rabbi” Avraham Kirsh – $44,850

These numbers are mind-boggling. It’s disheartening to think that some individuals would resort to such unethical practices and profit greatly from them. It raises questions about the state of justice and the consequences faced by those who engage in criminal behavior.

Let’s hope that the justice system prevails, and these wrongdoers are held accountable for their actions. Crime should never be rewarded, and it’s up to us as a society to ensure that justice is served.

What are your thoughts on this? Do you think crime truly pays, or is there always a price to be paid in the end? Let’s have a discussion and shed light on this topic. Share your views in the comments below!

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