Last soldier suspected in “price tag” incident to be released today
Thursday, December 15, 11:36 The police announced that today they will request the release of the soldier arrested on suspicion of vandalizing IDF vehicles at the Binyamin Brigade base. After more than one week in remand the soldier will be released after no evidence implicating him was found. Attorney Ariel Atari, who was hired by Honenu, will represent the soldier. The police will also request that the group of activists from an organization calling on Jews to renew a Jewish presence in cities once Jewish but now considered by most to be Arab, who were arrested in the process of founding an outpost in Jordan, remain in remand until the end of proceedings. A deliberation on the case will take place at the Jerusalem Magistrate Court. Additionally this morning a charge sheet and a request for remand until the end of proceedings will be filed for a minor, a resident of Hevron suspected of throwing rocks at an Arab vehicle at the Tapuah Junction. The minor was arrested two days and she denies all charges. Honenu attorney Adi Kedar will represent the girl.