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A group hoped to get a cease-and-desist against the ritual, which they considered a public nuisance and health hazard.
"I hope to be an inspiration for others who leave," Mayer wrote on Facebook in March. "It's been 5 years and I've made it!"
The woman appears to be an ex-Hasid who was part of a support group for people who leave NYC's insular ultra-Orthodox community.
The Hasidic tourist who claimed he was attacked in Borough Park early Tuesday morning has recanted his story, according to police.
The 65-year-old Hasidic man was attacked in Borough Park early Tuesday morning, and police are investigated the assault as a possible hate crime.
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This week's question comes from a South Williamsburg resident who's unsure how he should interact with the local ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
"This raffle has been going on for years. Everybody knows about it, but no one is going to put a stop to it."
A vote gets you into a raffle boasting $250 cash prizes and gift certificates.
"In the past few months, apartments are being rented and sold strictly to Hasidic residents—what we've been arguing the past few years is now coming to life."
The Armory, which is owned by the state and was once used by the National Guard, has been vacant since 2011.
But just wait until Emma Stone shows up.
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