Shalom Lamm Pleads Guilty To Voter Fraud

WHITE PLAINS – Developer Shalom Lamm pled guilty in White Plains federal court on Tuesday to conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process in connection with an election in the Village of Bloomingburg. Read more

Kenneth Nakdimen of Monsey Pleads Guilty In Voter Fraud Scheme

Kenneth Nakdimen of Monsey pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court to committing voter fraud in the 2014 Bloomingburg village election. Read more

Bloomingburg Satmar Town: FBI Picks Up Shalom Lamm and 3 Others on Voter Fraud Charges

Sullivan County, NY – Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, today announced the unsealing of an Indictment charging Shalom Lamm, Kenneth Nakdimen, and Volvy Smilowitz, a/k/a “Zev Smilowitz,” with conspiracy to corrupt the electoral process, in connection with an election in Bloomingburg, New York. Read more

Sullivan County, NY – Confidential Bloomingburg Report Outlined Plans For Thousands Of New Housing Units

Sullivan County, NY – While a document unsealed by a federal judge this week appears to indicate that developer Shalom Lamm had high hopes for his Chestnut Ridge housing project in Bloomingburg, targeting the tiny village for an eventual takeover that would allow it to become home to thousands of Chasidim, a spokesperson for the village’s Jewish Community Council dismissed the report as a preliminary draft that was never shared with investors. Read more