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Man walks into Lakewood Shul claiming he was stabbed and robbed [VIDEO]

A bleeding man walked into a local Shul this morning claiming he was stabbed and robbed, Mispallelim tell TLS.

The man walked into the Shul around 6:15 AM, telling people he was stabbed in his hand and robbed, though details remain sketchy.

The man was hospitalized and Lakewood Police are investigating.

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There are 7 Comments to "Man walks into Lakewood Shul claiming he was stabbed and robbed [VIDEO]"

  • me,myself&i says:

    B”H must have been no car accidents this morning. 5 Police cars at the scene?!

  • Explainer says:

    Based on the video, it’s in the (moderated) Beis Medrash on (moderated) ave, across from (moderated). Why doesn’t the scoop provide basic details

    • TLS Editor says:

      Did it occur to you that perhaps we were requested not to include which Shul it happened at?

      • Ploni Almoni says:

        Well @TLS Editor without any of those details its not very newsworthy. Sounds like ‘Today there was a man bleeding at 615. Police came. He went to the hospital. The end.

      • TruthLaser says:

        I’ve been pointing out this problem for a while. TLS’s noble aim to be discrete and work within the rules of shmiras halashon are very admirable, but even admirable intentions can be carried to excess. Many times, articles are posted without sufficient information for the public to make any sense of the basic facts of what happened and certainly not enough information to make an informed judgment about the significance of the event, its impact on the public or on particular communities and neighborhoods or anything else that makes journalism useful.

        These things can be easily accomplished without violating confidentiality and without interference with first responder operations. It just takes a little more effort and editing skill than it does to leave out details readers want and need to know.

        Now, I can sit back and receive criticism that I don’t care about confidentiality or that I am just a nudnik who has nothing better to do than get juicy details of the misfortune of other people. Flame away!

  • Wow says:

    To me,myself&i…say its you or one of your family members that were stabbed and robbed what kind of police response would you deem adequate?

  • moichel toives says:

    yes if no location do not post