I have no idea what Chaim Walder did or didn't do. I'm not going to join the rumor mill, which causes more harm than good, does nothing for any possible victims, and doesn't protect anyone in the future, regardless of what people tell themselves. The people involved in the rumor mills are just exploiting the situation, either to get clicks, or portray themselves as righteous, or to promote an agenda.
One thing I know for sure is that we should not take anything reported about the situation at face value. How many more times does the media have to lie to us, mislead us, slant stories, publish opinion pieces as thinly veiled news items, run propaganda, or report hearsay as fact before we all stop giving credence to anything they tell us?
I believe that Chaim Walder is actually dead. I will reserve judgment on everything else about the story, including the circumstances of his death and whatever conclusions the media wants us to draw. There is a lot we are not being told, and most of what is being told is spin.
I write all this because there is one observation I want to share that is being overlooked by everyone. There are two facts that should be put together.
1. A central figure in the pursuit and ultimate destruction of Chaim Walder for alleged sex crimes is Shmuel Eliyahu.
2. Shmuel Eliyahu has been relentlessly pushing for adults and children – millions of Jews all over the world – to have their bodies invaded with a phallic object against their wishes, then injected with a chemical substance. He claims it is good for them. No doubt he believes they should relax and enjoy it. No doubt we should ignore the screams of those who feel differently about it.
This is the man who made it his personal mission to destroy Chaim Walder for allegedly doing something quite similar.
Eliyahu is a very busy man. He devoted countless hours to the Walder case, and was prepared to devote many more. The destruction of Walder ended earlier than expected in a most final way. Perhaps Eliyahu can devote some of the time that has been freed up to answer some difficult questions about his own support of unwanted bodily invasions.