By Hank Tester

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MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Deandre Charles is getting out of jail.

The teen is accused of being involved in the high profile robbery and murder of Rabbi Joseph Raksin in August of 2014.

A witness placed him at the crime scene.

The state said they had DNA proof, but a judge, in April, deemed the evidence flimsy and granted bail.

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Charles’ mother is thanking god.

“You have always maintained that he did not do it and he was home, right?” CBS4’s Hank Tester asked her.

“Yep. It is all about the man above. That’s the only thing I know,” Blair Charles responded.

Rabbi Raksin was a well-known leader in New York City’s Jewish community.

He was visiting his daughter in Miami when he was murdered walking to a local synagogue in broad daylight.

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Tester spoke to Rabbi Raksin’s son-in-law

“I give my trust to the justice system. Sometimes you don’t like it, but this is what it is,” Izzy Labkowski said. “So if he has to go out until the court case, this is what the judge accepts, this is what is going on, I am here to accept it.”

Comments
  1. Cigar Tube says:

    There are too many of those people on Miami Beach anyway. No big loss. Brahahahahahaha