Watch this. I do not understand how the Israeli secular court system has done anything wrong except uphold the law of Israel. In this case it has conflicting evidence of Leifer’s alleged mental condition and is now seeking a court-based independent assessment before extradition. Is that not proper? Will the psychiatrist be considered biased if he/she concludes that Leifer is some sort of unfit mental maniac?
Video below from the ABC. It took a long time till victims came forward, and it takes a long bow to allege that Israel is dragging its feet on this and to say so on television. The case is proceeding as it should, and my expectation is that she will be found to be fit and extradited for trial. If it wasn’t a Jew who made this claim about the Israeli Court System, some might call the comments anti-semitic. There are processes, and they must be followed. Prime Ministers and Presidents are put in prison in Israel.
It takes time.
The law isn’t the fastest runner on the block and these are weighty issues.
People need to choose their words more carefully.
2 thoughts on “The Israeli court system is to blame for Malka Leifer?”
All that I can say about alluding court appearances is what I call The Moment of Truth. When faced with adverse situations such as upcoming court appearances, the person starts developing withdrawal symptoms, anxiety attacks and sweating. it’s probably similar to stage fright or public speaking
I agree but that doesn’t make he unfit. It would mean she probably needs a few valiums to calm her nerves