NEW SQUARE, N.Y. -- Shaul Spitzer, who served 3 1/2 years in prison for burning New Square dissident Aron Rottenberg, got married in New Square on Monday, March 21, according to lohud.com.
Spitzer was released from prison in October for the 2011 attack that occurred during an attempt to firebomb the Rottenberg's house after he decided to pray outside the village's synagogue on the sabbath.
Spitzer, 18, at the time, worked and lived in the home of New Square Grand Rabbi David Twersky, said lohud.com.
He married Chava Reitzenstein, whose father is a big supporter of Twersky's, added lohud.com.
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