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3 GSS detainees still in remand, 2 prevented from meeting with an attorney

Thursday, May 15, 2014, 22:19 Honenu attorneys are representing three youths, two of them minors, held in remand by the GSS. Two of them, one adult and one minor, are being prevented from meeting with an attorney, which is an extreme measure generally reserved for particularly dangerous terrorists. On Thursday, May 15 deliberations on the three detainees took place in several courts. The remand of the minors has been extended and the time limit on the order forbidding one of them to meet with an attorney has been shortened following an appeal filed by Honenu. Outside of the courthouse a demonstration was held. On Friday, May 16 a deliberation will take place at the Supreme Court of Israel on one of the other detainee’s ban on meeting with an attorney. On Thursday, May 15 deliberations took place at the Lod District Court on the appeals filed by Honenu attorney Adi Kedar on the remand of the 18-year-old detained on Sunday, May 11 who, by a draconian measure, has been prevented from meeting with an attorney. The two appeals, one on the remand extension and the other on the ban on meeting with an attorney were rejected. Kedar filed an appeal with the Israeli Supreme Court on the ban on meeting with an attorney. On Friday, May 16 a deliberation will take place under the auspices of Supreme Court Justice Yoram Danziger. At the Jerusalem District Court a deliberation took place on Thursday, May 15 on the appeal filed by Honenu on the minor detained on Wednesday, May 14 who has not yet been allowed to meet with an attorney. Attorney Ariel Atari represented the minor on behalf of Honenu and the court

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