Tuesday, August 6, 2019

Police recommend Litzman stand trial for bribery, aiding alleged pedophile


Police recommended on Tuesday that Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman be indicted on charges of fraud and breach of trust for using his office to illicitly provide assistance to an alleged serial sex abuser, as well as on a separate bribery charge for helping to prevent the closure of a food business that his own ministry had deemed unsanitary.
The first case involves Malka Leifer, a former ultra-Orthodox girls’ school principal charged in Australia with 74 counts of child sex abuse. The police announced in February that they were investigating Litzman on suspicion that he had pressured employees in his office to alter the conclusions of psychiatric evaluations that had deemed Leifer fit for extradition.


  1. He's an interesting man. On one hand, no question the corruption of Ger's political interests is strong in him. On the other hand, hospital administrators love him because he gives them good budgets. Sure, it's to ensure his community gets good care but still, good budgets.

  2. Well deserved. Now put all the Israeli Supreme Court Justices on trial for aiding and abetting all the pedophiles they refuse to extradite to America to face justice for their crimes against children.
    I wonder how many Israeli Justices have proclivities toward children, given their policies...

  3. Kalonymus AnonymusAugust 6, 2019 at 7:27 PM

    They also were going to charge Drukman 20 years ago, for covering up abuse at mercaz harav yeshiva.


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