Remand confirmed for three leading Bezeq suspects
Judge Alaa Masrawa, who took over the Bezeq case Monday, remanded in detention the three leading suspects, Shaul Elovitch, Nir Hefetz and Eli Kamir, after releasing three suspects earlier. Elovitch and Hefetz will stay in detention up until next Sunday, while Kamir will be released on Thursday. Judge Masrawa was assigned to the case after the Tel Aviv magistrate Ronit Poznansky-Katz was suspended for misconduct. He explained that, although the process had flaws – and the conditions of the suspects’ incarceration were harsh – he considered that the continued detention of the three main suspects was justified in the interests of the investigation.
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Israel judicial system is shameful. On a par with a third world dictatorship.
Bezeq people will need to improve communication in local prison population of ex Presidents, ex Prime ministers , ex Ministers and many other thieves the government surrounded themselves , which makes them the only country in the world run by fully dislocated thieves and apparatus of religious infantile freaks , that will steal anything from anyone to enrich themselves , even in comparison to Africans it looks bad. PM of Israel is an honest person, but no one knows in comparison to whom ? Prison needs good teachers with excellent oratorio skills , and by the look of it Olmert missed on the opportunity , since he is , like everyone in Israeli legal field , fully illiterate .Update was needed , thieves inside out need more education.
Israel judicial system is shameful. On a par with a third world dictatorship. Besides this judge is an Arab who would do exactly as police tell him to protect himself.
What is your source for saying he ie ARAB?
In Israel first they crucify the suspect in the press.Then every politician makes public statments how much of a tzadik he is. Then they hold him in harsh conditions for what? to make him confess for something he did not do. That is KGB justice.Not democratic justice.If they have proof then they should have a trial and if found guilty be punished not a Salem witch hunt as praticed in Israel.
Israely justice system stinks!