A Special Request and Dr. Divyendu Sinha Murder Case Update- June 15, 2011

Dear Supporters of Sinha family:

Before I give the update of today’s hearing, I have a special request to you. Alkabahen Sinha, wife of late Divyendubhai is going to Bharat with her two sons, Ashish (11th grade) and Ravi (7th grade) on June 23 for one month. This is her first visit to the parents on both sides after the loss of Divyendubhai. She will reach Mumbai on 25th June, exactly one year to date from when Divyendubhai was mercilessly beaten by five teenagers. While it will bring a sense of relief to a degree to her and the family, as the anniversary of that fateful night and Divyendubhai’s death (June 28, 2010) comes near, she is under considerable emotional duress. Also, sitting in the court room, seeing the animals who killed her husband in front of her and listening to testimony and relieving the nightmare takes its own toll.

 Will you be kind enough to drop her a card/note  just to show that she and her children are in your thoughts at this time of anniversary? She does not have to know you personally. She is grateful for the support from unknown people.  Her address is:
Alka Sinha
25 Fela Dr.
Old Bridge, NJ 08857
If you could send the card before she leaves, it would do wonders for her spirits.
God Bless you.
Brotherly yours,
Gaurang G. Vaishnav

Indian American Defense League (IADL)
Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America (VHPA)
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As I had mentioned in my last update, today’s hearing was to decide the admissibility of recorded statements of Steven Contreras. Arguments from both sides could not be completed today, though both sides spent effectively four hours between 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P. M. in the court today. The Judge has scheduled a hearing tomorrow, Thursday, June 16 at 1:30 P.M. Tomorrow, the prosecutor will do summation and the defense attorney will have chance for rebuttal. We expect the judge to deliver the judgment on the eligibility of evidences as relates to Steven Contreras right after that.  I will give a detailed report after tomorrow’s decision.
If you are in  a position to attend the hearing tomorrow, do come. This will be a crucial decision as the case hinges on the statements of Steven Contreras who has placed the other four defendants at the scene of the crime. We thank all who have taken time to attend the hearings, coming from as far as Montvale, NJ.

Court Address, Directions and Parking Information:

Middlesex County Superior Court

56 Paterson Street, Room No. 505

New Brunswick, NJ 08901-2014

(732) 519-3200 ‎

Click for Directions

The court is on the fifth floor. Look for the Judge Bradley Ferencz’s court room (#505).

Paid Parking (very reasonable rates) is available at several locations.


I find Ferren Deck on Church Street most convenient, as you can access the court house by following signs (third floor) from the parking deck itself.

For GPS and Mapquest directions to Ferren Deck, use

180 Church Street

New Brunswick, NJ 08901  or click here.

 (Note: Church Street, which is one way North to South is closed from Neilson St., off Rte. 27 South, which is the normal approach to Ferren Deck.  If you are coming off Rte. 18 and going South on Rte. 27, go past Neilson and Georges St. and turn left on Spring St. This will take you to Church St. entrance of Ferren Deck parking.)

On street parking with meters is available but very difficult to find. For free on street parking, one has to walk several blocks; it is generally available on side streets off Livingston Ave., west of Suydam street (15-20 minutes walk).

If you care coming by train (NJtransit), it is only five minute walk from the New Brunswick station.

Thank you.

Brotherly yours,

Gaurang G. Vaishnav

Indian American Defense League (IADL)

Vishwa Hindu Parishad of America (VHPA)



About Justice For Divyendu Family

This website is created to raise awareness of brutal murder of Dr. Divyendu Sinha by five teenagers in front of his family members on June 25th. It has set of actions anyone concerned to take firm action against perpertrators and help the family.
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