In Mathew 15:11 Jesus flouted the law about what is to be eaten--Law says certain flesh as clean and certain as unclean. - Venus
No he didn't. The context was about eating without washing hands. There is no law about that. Jesus obviously knew nothing about germ theory but he did not encourage breaking the Law on unclean foods.
Again Jesus clearly flouted the law of Deuteronomy 24:16 (which says sins cannot be swapped) when he said he came to die for the sins of the world (Mathew 20:28; 26:28)
Vicarious punishment in the form of animal sacrifice was central to the Law. According to christian doctrine Jesus voluntarily gave his life in the place of penitent sinners. This in no way negates the Law at Deut.14 which forbids punishing a child for the sins of the parent or vice-versa.
Leviticus 10:9 also he violated in a whole sale
Leviticus 10 describes additional laws that applied only to the priests serving at the Tabernacle. The restriction against drinking alcohol was not binding on Israel in general. Jesus was not of a priestly tribe and never entered the naos - the Holy part of the temple - as opposed the the hieron which was open to all Jews.
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So far you have not come up with any.
Jesus obeyed the Law of Moses meticulously and commanded his followers to do likewise. Jesus was a Jewish Rabbi, he was not a Christian.