Unlike his lame apology at sentencing for mikveh voyeurism, this has the ring of truth. It is of course hard to know how sincere it is vs how much it is just an attempt to regain at least some of his old connections.
I suspect we never would have gotten it before his heavy sentence and the victim statements made at his sentencing, something he acknowledges in his apology. I leave it to his victims to decide whether they either believe he is sincere or want to accept it.
See the full text of the apology in the Washington Jewish Week.
I would appreciate the reactions of readers and his victims to this apology.