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Police: 14 March, 2011

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A police officer at the rank of commander at national headquarters is suspected with allowing his son, a detective officer of the Rishon Lezion police force, to drive his (the father’s) police vehicle. The son was involved in a minor automobile accident, which damaged the vehicle, however both gave their commanders false reports according to which the son was driving, while the father was seated next to him, at the time of the accident.


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March 14th, 2011 at 9:23 pm

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Police: 1st December, 2010

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Alexander Zeitzev, charged and convicted of running over and abandoning a pedestrian, was acquitted due to doubt when he appealed. The judges found his confession was extracted from under unfair circumstances. According to Zeitzev’s lawyers, their client admitted his guilt after two days during which he was not allowed to sleep. The judges found Zeitzev’s confession was extracted under illegal circumstances, and that the interrogators denied him his right to attorney. (Hebrew)

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December 4th, 2010 at 1:46 pm