I wrote a long post that makes the point that Rabbi Yisroel Belsky violated fundamental requirement that you recuse yourself when you have a conflict of interest. The post is subtle and develops its argument gradually with a lot of contextual and supporting information. It turns out it was too subtle and too long. Readers have complained that they don’t want to bother with that much detail.
I felt that if I was leveling such a serous charge I had to get into the details. I still feel that way. If I I have the time I will try to do an shorter more direct rewrite. In the meantime I want to urge folks to work their way through my post. I believe it will reward with you a better understanding of what was wrong with the Rabbinical Council of California’s handling of the Doheney Kosher Meats scandal and why Belsky once again behaved in ways that disqualify him as a dayan and posek.
Please take the effort to read it. I feel it is an important post about a timely issue that is not being addressed by any other journalists, rabbonim, or bloggers.