Scarsdale, NY – Third Victim Produces Video Of Cop-Impersonating Rabbi

In this image captured from a cell-phone video, Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski, displays a badge during an April incident in Yonkers. / Contributed photo
After seeing a recent newscast featuring a White Plains Reform rabbi twice accused of accosting unsuspecting motorists while claiming to be a cop, a 26 year-old Scarsdale man has produced a video of the same rabbi whom he says did the same thing to him while driving in Yonkers in April. reports that video, which was taken by the man’s passenger using his phone, shows Rabbi Alfredo Borodowski yelling at the man to pull over while holding up a tiny badge in his car window.
Borodowski, who is rabbi of Congregation Sulam Yaakov in Larchmont and who also serves as executive director of the Skirball Center for Adult Jewish Learning at Temple Emanu-El in Manhattan, has already twice been accused of impersonating a cop to a White Plains man and a Mamaroneck woman.
The 26 year-old man, who said he had previously dismissed the incident as just the actions of “some crazy whack-job,” turned the video over to Scarsdale police who will be meeting with state investigators later this week to pursue the matter.

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