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Local Government: February 3, 2013

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After admitting to installing a hidden camera in the office of the spokeswoman of the Sdot Negev Regional Council, Beer-Sheva Magistrates’ Court sentenced former Council head Meir Yifrah to a suspended sentence, as well as fining him and ordering him to pay compensation to the complainant. In addition, Haim Hazan, manager of Moked Kahol Lavan, a security company which provides security to the council and was involved in the installation of the camera, was sentenced to community work and was also fined.

(Hebrew – News1)

Internal Security: January 6, 2013

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Beer-Sheva Magistrate’s Court Justice Ron Solkin determined that three police officers made a false report, claiming a dog bit one of them, following which the dog’s owner was put on trial.  The officers – Shay Diashi, Master Sargeant Amichai Ashtan, and Master Sargeant Rony Malshav – reported about the bite after one of them kicked the dog, hurling her 10 meters away.

(Hebrew – News1)

Internal Security: December 24, 2012

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Two men accused of assualting police officers were acquitted, after the Beer-Sheva Magistrate’s Court determined that they were the ones who were assaulted by the police officers.  The court also ruled that there is a suspicion that the police officers coordinated their testimony.

(Hebrew – Ynet)

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December 24th, 2012 at 10:51 am

Internal Security: February 8, 2012

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Beer Sheva Magistrate’s Court judge, Sarah Haviv, has determined that police investigators forced a false confession on a man indicted for burglary, and it is suspected that they prompted the man so that he will repeat relevant information in his confession.

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February 8th, 2012 at 8:06 pm