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Jew Mastermind of Kidnap/Murder Ring Will Likely Go Scot-Free

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Last-minute testimony by Jewish “psychologist” changes everything

TWO OF THREE haredim were convicted today in Jerusalem District Court today for their roles in the kidnapping and gruesome murder of 16-year-old Muhammad Abu Khdeir (pictured) on July 2, 2014, Ha’aretz reported. Both of the two convicted haredim were older teen minors at the time of the crimes and their names have not yet been released to the public as a result.

The conviction of the third and main suspect, 31-year-old Yosef Haim Ben-David, was suspended even though the judges admitted in court today that there is enough evidence to convict him.

Ben-David, who is part of the same extended Sefardi haredi family as the two minors, had a sudden last minute psychiatric evaluation — apparently ordered by the district court judges at the request of Ben David’s attorney. That evaluation inexplicably found Ben David was not responsible for his actions at the time of the murder. But it was written in English by the Israeli psychiatrist who conducted it, and it reportedly has to translated into Hebrew before the judges can rule on Ben David’s guilt.

The prosecution asked the judges to reject the evaluation and speedily issue Ben David’s verdict, noting copious evidence showing Ben David was alert, was aware of his surroundings, and had answered questions competently and accurately after his arrest.

Ben David reportedly refused to defend himself during the trial. His attorney repeatedly argued Ben David wasn’t competent to stand trial and wasn’t responsible for his actions at the time of the crimes but brought no psychiatric evaluation supporting those claims — until this past Thursday.

Abu Khdeir’s family has long claimed Israel’s court system, which it says regularly exhibits anti-Arab biases, would protect the three haredi murderers and would find a way to rule Ben David incompetent.

“It’s all a lie. I’m afraid that the court will eventually get them [all] off the hook. I want [to see] justice in the court. Where’s justice? The judges must not accept this,” Hussein Abu Khdeir, the murdered boy’s father, said today after the court decided to allow the last minute psychiatric evaluation to admitted into evidence and delayed Ben David’s verdict.

Gadi Gevaryahu, the head of the anti-racism advocacy group Tag Meir, called the court’s postponement of Ben David’s conviction “disappointing” and said it was endemic of a larger problem with Israel criminal justice system.

“The [law] enforcement systems in Israel are not doing enough to stop Jewish terrorism. This non-conviction joins the legal system’s reluctance to put to trial the killers of the Dawabsha family [who were burned alive in their West Bank home, allegedly by Jewish terrorists, in July 2015], whose identities are known to the defense establishment,” Gevaryahu told the NRG website, the Times of Israel reported.

Ben David and the two minors confessed to kidnapping Muhammed Abu Khadeir. The minors said Ben David beat the Arab boy, who was very thin and small for his age, in the car as they drove to the Jerusalem Forest. Abu Khadeir’s savage beating continued in the forest, and then Ben David allegedly poured gasoline on the serious injured boy and set him on fire, burning him alive.

The kidnapping and murder were carried out as a revenge hate crime terror attack meant to be a reprisal killing for the kidnapping and murder of three Jewish teens in the West Bank by Hamas terrorists the previous month.

The two convicted minors are supposed to be sentenced on February 14.

The Hamas kidnapping and murder of the three West Bank Jewish teens and the reprisal murder of Abu Khdeir set off a chain reaction of events that led to the 2014 Gaza War, which in turn led to a series of events that sparked the latest wave of Palestinian terrorism in the West bank and Israel proper.

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Source: Failed Messiah

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2 Comments

  1. Jimmy Smith
    6 December, 2015 at 10:15 am — Reply

    It’s not just Yosef Haim Ben-David that is incompetent and insane, it’s all Israelis that are incompetent and Insane. Even though this verdict was a travesty, we all know that all Jews are mentally deranged and unstable, so therefore the “Not guilty by reason of insanity” should be a default defense whenever any Jew stands trial for something.

  2. Josef Tone
    18 August, 2019 at 6:22 pm — Reply

    Sometimes I try to look into the psychology of other races, or of our own race, and one of the items in particular being sympathy of those of one’s own genetic in-group who are caught fighting dirty… loosely or prceptively “for the cause.” I recall about twenty years ago of a case in Oakland, California, where a twenty-three year old white “developmentally disabled” (presumably mildly mentally retarded) working woman saw a ten year old black boy alone at the edge of a lake and seized the opportunity to drown him… and was caught. At the end of the article there was a photograph of her, and to my surprise she was rather attractive looking.

    Upon reflecting on it, I recall feeling sorrow for her. She had thrown her life away, probably ultimately due to a lifetime of abuse by blacks, by taking out the frustration of the overall nightmare of black behavior out on this boy. Quite frankly, I felt sorrow for her, and not much for the boy… although I think it was tragic… almost a true life “white female Bigger Thomas.” Now here we have an actual national government–Israel–being able to politically engage and act with this type of mindset. The greater truth is that just as whites and blacks should not live together in the same society, Jews and Arabs also should not live together in the same society.

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