Litzman may be charged

April 23, 2021 by J-Wire News Service
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Israeli media is reporting Israel’s Attorney General, Mr Avichai Mandelblit, plans to prosecute former Israeli Health Minister, Rabbi Yaakov Litzman, for interfering in the Malka Leifer case by trying to prevent Leifer from being extradited to Australia to face justice.

Rabbi Yaakov Litzman

Child sexual abuse advocate Manny Waks said: “I’m pleased that Israel is taking this issue seriously and prosecuting Litzman for his alleged involvement in the Malka Leifer scandal. Having sat through most of the 70 plus court hearings in Israel, it was clear to me, and to many others, that something was amiss.

When it was announced that Israel Police was investigating Litzman for interfering in this prolonged case, and ultimately recommended that he be indicted, it all made sense. We hope and expect that all those who interfered in this case – whether in Israel or in Australia – will be held to full account, and may justice ultimately prevail.”

Leifer was extradited to Australia to face 74 charges of child sexual abuse in Melbourne. She is currently incarcerated in a women’s prison in Victoria.

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One Response to “Litzman may be charged”
  1. Lynne Newington says:

    He wouldn’t be the first and a question mark as to in the future.

    The Catholic Church with it’s worldwide tentacles have done it for years, decades [even centuries]..
    The Royal Commission has proven that……..

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