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and took it upon himself to help . Based on Mr. Silver's personal efforts, the insurance company revised its position and ended up paying all ofthe medical expenses except for $10,000. Mr. Silver received no personal benefit from his involvement in this situation; as I mentioned above, Mr. Feder was not even a constituent of Mr. Silver's. Mr. Silver acted only out of a sense of justice and kindness and a desire to help someone in need. Without Mr. Silver's assistance, David Feder and his family would have been financially and emotionally destroyed. Mr. Silver literally gave Mr. Feder a new lease on life, for which Mr. Feder is forever grateful. Over the years, I have heard of numerous other accounts of Mr. Silver's involvement in similar situations in which he has acted on behalf of the downtrodden. Based on Mr. Silver's character traits of service to others and sense of kindness, I respectfully request that the court impose as lenient a sentence as possible.

Rabbi Menachem Genack Congregation Shomrei Emunah

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