Police arrest head of Jerusalem women’s seminary, question 6 suspects

Following multiple complaints filed to police last month from concerned parents over their daughters’ participation in an alleged cult doubling as a seminary, the head of the Jerusalem school was arrested on Sunday, while six members, including his wife, are being questioned.

According to Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld, Aaron Ramati, who runs the seminary, called Water Well, was arrested for multiple alleged crimes – ranging from financial fraud, gas theft, and social welfare and health violations.

His wife, who co-administers the seminary, was also detained for questioning on Sunday, along with six unidentified young women who attend the seminary, although none were arrested, Rosenfeld said.

Source: http://www.jpost.com/Israel-News/Police-arrest-head-of-Jerusalem-womens-seminary-question-6-suspects-400949

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