Are Jews supposed to be saints? No. We don’t believe in them. Do some coreligionists belong in prison? Yes. We’ve had our share. Now, if Len Robinson, former executive director of NJY Camps, is found guilty of sexual crimes, he, too, belongs in prison (“After damning probe, NJ fed exec urges board purge at NJY Camps,” Dec. 20). But that’s the obvious part.
What about board leaders who let him harm women — for years? What’s their appropriate punishment? How about putting them in Puritan-style stockings with signage at the Metropark railroad station? All in favor, vote “aye.”