Len Jenoff testifies during Fred J. Neulander's captial murde
trial Thursday, Oct. 18, 2001 at the Hall of Justice in Camden, N.J.
Jenoff, a former private investigator from Collingswood, admitted
beating Carol Neulander to death in November 1994 allegedly at the
request of Fred Neulander. Jenoff is seeking to have his conviction
set aside on the grounds that his attorney slept through his trial.
(AP Photo/ David M Warren, POOL)
Paul Daniels plead guilty to participating in Nov. 1, 1994 murder
of Carol Neulander.
Seen here in court at the Camden County Hall of
Justice on Thursday June 8, 2000.
(Courier-Post/ Photo by Tina Markoe.)
State prison inmate James Keeny testifies Monday, Oct. 29, 2001
in Camden County court during the murder trial of Fred Neulander.
Keeny testified Monday that confessed killer Len Jenoff told them he
killed Rabbi Fred Neulander's wife in a robbery attempt, not as a
murder for hire.
(AP Photo/Tina Markoe Kinslow, POOL)
Interview at Riverfront State Prison with Len Jenoff, admitted
killer of Carol Neulander.
(Photo by Al Schell.)
Fred Neulander listens to tape of his 911 call during his murder
trial at the Camden Couny Hall
of Justice Tuesday afternoon in
Camden. October 30, 2001
(Photo by Avi Steinhardt/Courier-Post
Paul Michael Daniels, testifies in court in Camden on Thursday
October 25, 2001. Seen here he is using his
hands to show the
approximate length of the lead pipes that he and Len Jenoff used to
kill Carol Neulander.
(Courier-Post/Photo by Tina Markoe Kinslow.)
Paul Michael Daniels, testifies in Camden, N.J., Thursday Oct.
25, 2001, using his hand to illustrate where he struck Carol
Neulander on the head with a lead pipe. Daniels' appearance comes
one day after his admitted accomplice ended four days of questioning.
Len Jenoff said Rabbi Fred Neulander paid him to kill the rabbi's
wife. Daniels and Neulander are awaiting sentencing for aggravated
manslaughter. Neulander is accused of plotting his wife Carol's
murder in 1994 so that he could continue an affair with Philadelphia
radio personality Elaine Soncini. Neulander has pleaded innocent to
(AP Photo/Tina Markoe Kinslow, Pool)
Rabbi Fred J. Neulander, left, and defense attonrey Michael Riley
listen as Judge Baxter speaks to the as jury after it delivered it's
guilty verdict Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2002, at Monmouth County Court in
Freehold, NJ. He was convicted for hiring two men to beat his wife
to death so he could carry on an affair with a woman he met while
ministering to her dying husband. He could now face a death sentence.
The verdict came nearly a year after his first trial for the 1994
death of Carol Neulander at their suburban Philadelphia home endedin
a hung jury. (AP Photo/David M Warren, Pool)
David Beardsley an inmate at the South Woods State Prison in
Bridgeton talks about information that Leonard Jenoff told him when
they were cell mates and the information could have a huge impact in
the case of former Rabbi Fred Neulander.Fri Nov. 1,2002. (Courier Post
photo by Paris L. Gray.)
11/6/02 Neulander Lawyer Michael Riley cross examines witness Len
Jenoff in Freehold.
(Ed Curry/ Special to Press)
Rabbi Fred Neulander looks up during the penalty phase of his
trial at the Monmouth County Courthouse in Freehold, N.J., Friday,
Nov. 22, 2002. The jury could not come to a decision during the
penalty phase. Friday November 22,2002. (Courier-Post/Photo by Tina
Defendant Rabbi Fred J. Neulander speaks during his allocution to
the jury during the penalty phase of his murder trial Friday, Nov.
22, 2002. Neulander, was convicted Wednesday of capital murder,
felony murder and murder conspiracy in the bludgeoning death of his
wife in 1994. A jury on Friday after not being able to come to a
unanimous decision, left the sentencing to Judge Linda Baxter.
Friday November 22, 2002. (Courier-Post/Photo by Tina Markoe Kinslow.)
Rabbi Fred Neulander is surrounded by Sheriff's officers in
Monmouth County Courthouse in Freehold, N.J. The jury could not
agree on a penalty for the Rabbi, so he will be returned to the
Camden County court to await sentencing by Judge Linda Baxter in
January. Friday November 22,2002.
(Courier-Post/Photo by Tina Markoe
Prosecution witness Elaine Soncini, former Philadelphia radio
personalality and mistress of Rabbi Fred J. Neulander during the
time of his wife's murder in 1994, is shown during her testimony on
the second day of the rabbi's retrial in Freehold, N.J., Tuesday,
Oct. 22, 2002. (AP Photo/David M Warren)
Paul Michael Daniels sits beside his attorney in the courtroom at
the Camden County Hall of Justice in Camden for his sentencing
hearing in the murder for hire trial of Carol Neulander. He was
sentenced to 23 years in prison. Thursday January 29, 2002. (Courier-Post/Tina
Markoe Kinslow Self.)
Fred Neulander looks back at his attorney Michael Riley as he is
led away after being sentenced by Judge Linda Baxter to life in
prison for the murder of his wife Carol. Thursday January 16, 2003.
(Courier-Post/Photo by Tina Markoe Kinslow.)
Investigator Leonard Jenoff, 54 of Collingswood and Paul Michael
Daniels, 26 from Pennsauken in background entering the courtroom for
thier arraignment, in the slaying of Rabbi Fred J. Neulander's wife
Carol, at the Hall Of Justice in Camden in Judge Linda G. Rosenzweig
(Photo by Ron Karafin.)
Fred Neulander and Leonard Jenoff
Fred Neulander prison photo