Here is one of the many silly mistakes, confusions, lies and contradictions in Unorthodox.
Is Rabbi Zalmen Leib, the third son of the Satmar rabbi?
Or is he the youngest son?
I don't blame Deborah for this mistake. She spent most of her youth outside of Satmar. But it's very clear that the editors of this book did a terrible job. Simon and Schuster's goal was not perfection but sensation.
Talking about ignorance, here Deborah claims, strangely, that she identified her husband as an "Aroiny" by the hat he was wearing: