The widow of Menachem Stark, the Brooklyn landlord whose burned body was found in a Great Neck dumpster in 2014 sobbed Wednesday as one of the men charged in his murder was sentenced to a mere 2 1/3 to 7 years behind bars — over prosecutors’ objections.
“I will forever be haunted by the image of my husband’s end,” Bashie Stark said through tears as she confronted Kendall Felix in court for his role in Menachem Stark’s grisly death. “Our lives will never be the same.”
Bashie’s sister, Yenti Herskovitz, also spoke in court Wednesday, where she decried Chun’s light sentence.
“Standing before you is a man with ice running through his veins,” she stated. “Kendall took this innocent man’s body and dumped it in a dumpster like trash.”
Outside the courtroom, Bashie’s sister reiterated that the sentence was “too little” for the murder of a father of seven.
“It’s heartbreaking,” Herskovitz said, shaking her head. “This was absolutely cruel beyond words.”
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