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Scribal swindler Menachem Youlus, aka the "Jewish Indiana Jones," was sentenced yesterday in Manhattan to four-plus years behind bars for conning over $1.2 million out of donors to his fabricated Torah-rescue charity.
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom was once banned in India for its "racist portrayal of Indians and overt imperialistic tendencies." So what could go wrong with a beer inspired by it?
A globe-trotting Torah rescuer—dubbed the "Jewish Indiana Jones"—admitted to being a fraud yesterday. But did he admit he isn't even the real Jewish Indiana Jones?
A man who dubbed himself the "Jewish Indiana Jones" has been accused of defrauding his own charity organization by making up stories about travelling the world saving Torah's.
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