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Internal Security: November 17,2011‎

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Jerusalem Magistrate Court Judge, Haim Liran, cancelled the indictment of a Jerusalem district policeman who was charged with a series of sexual harassmnet incidents because in similar and more serious cases the state asked for disciplinary proceedings, rather than criminal indictment. During the trial it was revealed that the Internal Investigations Division has no written procedures regarding which cases are brought before the court and which are submitted to disciplinary action.

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Police: 30 August 2010

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The police only informed the Jerusalem Magistrates’ Court that the finger print it has is different from that of the person suspected of stabbing an attorney in that city a full two days after an indictment was filed against the suspect. This being the case, the judge instructed that the suspect, Taryk Ben Ziad, be released from detention.

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August 30th, 2010 at 10:51 pm