State Police rabbi’s ‘official’ plates under fire

A $100,000-a-year State Police rabbi who carries a badge and presents himself as a police officer has equipped his private vehicle for years with “official” license plates registered to an Orange County village where he is not employed.

The rabbi, Bernard Freilich of Brooklyn, has transferred the special plates from vehicle to vehicle dating back years by submitting registration forms that contain incomplete and misleading information, according to state motor vehicle records released to the Times Union.


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