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Resource ID: #17169
Subject: Murders
Source: Philadelphia Inquirer
Date: May 7 -June 4



Carol Neulander, a mother of three and the owner of two popular bakeries, was bludgeoned to death in her Cherry Hill, N.J. home...her husband, a popular local rabbi, was a suspect in the murder. Police theorized that Rabbi Fred J. Neulander hired someone to kill his wife so he could continue an affair with a local radio personality without getting a divorce and risking the loss of his congregation." Reporter Nancy Phillips "spent hours talking abut the case" with Len Jenoff, a private investigator hired by the rabbi to investigate the death and learned that Jenoff and an accomplice had committed the murders at the rabbi's bidding.

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