American rabbi denies botching circumcision, requiring emergency surgery
Rabbi's attorneys maintain he performed the ritual 'in a careful and competent fashion, with the care and skill normally exercised by mohels.'
A Pittsburgh rabbi has denied botching a circumcision in response to a lawsuit filed by a couple who claim their eight-day-old infant required reconstructive surgery after the ritual.
Rabbi Mordechai Rosenberg's response, filed Monday in a county court, acknowledges the boy was injured during the circumcision on April 28.
But the rabbi's attorneys contend he performed the ritual "in a...
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