Rabbi Menachem Youlus
Rabbi Menachem Youlus, so-called "The Indiana Jones of Torah Scribes," claims he has rescued over 1,000 sacred Torah scrolls that "survived the Holocaust" -- including scrolls he claims he dug up from mass graves in the Ukraine, unearthed at Auschwitz, and even one he stumbled upon while on a tour of Bergen-Belsen when he fell into a hole in the corner of the floorboards of one of the buildings, and felt around with his hands finding a scroll.
The scrolls are always remarkably in good condition despite allegedly being buried in the ground for over 60 years. And the good Rabbi is unable to provide a single name, date, photograph or document to support the claims of the origin of any of his scrolls.
The jews who bought Torah scrolls from Rabbi Youlus have now discovered that he is a fraud, and are pissed they were conned out of thousands of dollars. Jewry wrestled with whether to expose the Rabbi as a con artist, or suppress the truth and "serve the greater good" of supporting the official Holocaust story. They have apparantly figured the case of Rabbi Youlus is too glaring of a hoax, and it would be better to announce through their press that the Rabbi is a fraud, than to suppress it and have their enemies expose the truth.
Article: "Rabbi to the Rescue: Menachem Youlus is called the Indiana Jones of Torah recovery and restoration. But there are doubts about his thrilling tales."
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