Sunday, November 20, 2005

Two Years in Prison for Planning Risky Highway Roadblock

A 21-year-old was sentenced to two years in prison for planning to block a highway with burning cars. Explaining the light sentence, the judge says he took several mitigating factors into account.

Did someone say "light" GETOUTAHERE. 2 Years for planing to block a road ???

The defendant, Avraham Levkovitz of Elon Moreh, was part of a scheme to bring two old cars to a busy highway and set them afire. The objective was to bring highway traffic to a halt, thus bringing the protest against the looming expulsion plan into the public eye.

Where are all the shalom achshav traiters that riot every friday in bi'ilin against the fence ?
Or the ones the block roads.... 2 YEARS ?!?!?

The judge wrote in the verdict that "such behavior reflects a violent and anti-democratic attitude seeking to undermine the government's procedures and disrupt them with violence."

"Society requires protection from possible future actions, motivated by an ideal without considering the principles of democracy and the need to abide by the law," the verdict said

Democracy ?? sending a guy to jail for 2 years for excercising his democratic right of protest vis a vis freedom of speech ? Society is screwd!

Levinstein, together with his brother, purchased two second-hand cars and filled them with mattresses and cardboard to soak up the flammable material used to set the cars on fire.

Levkovich joined the two after hearing about Levinstein's involvement, who was his teacher at the yeshiva where he studied.

The three towed the cars to Tel Aviv and placed them at the Kibbutz Galuyot junction. However, the two cars did not ignite due to a technical malfunction, and police arrested them on the spot.

You are my hero!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


At 11:35 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Setting a car on fire is not free speech.

At 11:59 PM, Blogger hashfanatic said...

To a Kahanist, it is.


Post a Comment

<< Home