“‘Mafia Cops’ Killed My Father”
Ora Nadrich, The Mindful Activist, was joined by Michal Weinstein, medical freedom activist, and entrepreneur, for a passionate conversation and a fascinating story.
Ms. Weinstein’s father, Israel Greenwald, was a diamond dealer in New York City. As reported in the New York Times, and according to Ms. Weinstein, Mr. Greenwald disappeared in 1986 without a trace. There was no body, no murder weapon, and no suspect; he simply went to work one day and never returned home. The only clue available at the time to his wife, Mrs. Greenwald, was that she knew that her husband had said he had recently been approached by the FBI which had requested his assistance on a case.
Here is Ms. Weinstein’s Account:
Mr. Greenwald worked in the diamond industry and traveled often. A business associate had asked him for a favor prior to a trip to England that Mr. Greenwald had planned. The colleague had asked Mr. Greenwald to take along a set of bonds and deposit them in a bank in England.
While the family reports that Mr. Greenwald had no knowledge of this, the bonds appeared to be a small piece of a much larger story. As soon as Mr. Greenwald returned to the United States, he was stopped by FBI agents and interrogated about the bonds he had deposited. The question raised by the FBI, according to Mr. Greenwald’s family, was whether the bonds were connected to the US mafia.
According to the Greenwald family, the FBI requested that Mr. Greenwald wear a wire and collect information from his associate about the bonds and their origins. Mr. Greenwald, as an Orthodox Jew, would not agree. Judaism prohibits “ratting out” a fellow Jew. Instead, he did as his Rabbi had instructed him and approached his friend directly to describe what had occurred. Ideally, the friend should have turned himself in, and that’s where the story should have ended.
Unfortunately, the day arrived when Mr. Greenwald did not return home from work. When Mrs. Greenwald turned to the FBI for assistance, the FBI completely denied any connection to Mr. Greenwald and denied having approached him. The FBI told Mrs. Greenwald to turn to the police, which is what she did, but the case lay cold.
Mrs. Greenwald spent years trying to figure out what had happened to her husband. She hired private investigators to help her. However, the mystery remained unsolved for 19 years, until one day in 2005 when Mrs. Greenwald got a knock on her door.
A group of FBI agents had shown up to inform her that they thought they had found her husband’s body. The FBI used Mr. Greenwald’s daughter’s DNA to prove the body they had found was his. Indeed, it matched.
According to Ms. Weinstein, when Mr. Greenwald had informed his associate about the FBI’s case, the mafia had enlisted two dirty cops with whom they were affiliated to do their dirty work. The two policemen, Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa were nicknamed “Mafia Cops” and had been arrested prior to the FBI showing up to inform Mrs. Greenwald that her husband’s body had been found.
The day that Mr. Greenwald disappeared, the Mafia Cops had pulled him over on the road on his way home from work and asked him to come with them on a minor charge. Mr. Greenwald believed them and got into the police car, after which the cops drove into a garage and shot him. He remained buried in that garage for 19 years until the entire case was finally cracked open.
As the New York Times reported in 2015:
“Mr. Greenwald’s family settled a civil suit against the City of New York for $5 million. Several more lawsuits against the city brought by families of those killed by the two detectives, Stephen Caracappa and Louis Eppolito, known as the Mafia Cops, are scheduled to go to trial this fall in Federal District Court in Brooklyn. Another family settled with the city in January for $5 million.
The detectives were convicted in 2006 of eight murders, two attempted murders and one murder conspiracy, among other crimes. They are serving multiple life sentences.”
The “Mafia” Cops died in prison and the Greenwald family set up a website in Israel Greenwald’s memory.
A Passion for Truth
Ms. Weinstein explained that the discovery of corruption within law enforcement in 2005 completely changed her worldview, ultimately leading to her constant quest for the truth and her passion for sharing it with others in this crazy world. Ms. Weinstein has built up an audience of followers who seek out what she has to say about spirituality and current events, thanks to her record for seeking truth and speaking the truth.
Watch the full incredible conversation here:
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