Also addressing Holocaust Day ceremony at Yad Vashem, President Reuven Rivlin apologizes to survivors who 'have never received the respect they deserve.'20:46 04.05.16 | 0 comments
If his answers outlined here are consistent with what's known about him by law enforcement agencies, then yes - it may lend credence to his possible innocence. But if it's NOT - which appears to be the case based on the details of his extremist history outlined in an earlier article - then his answers instead suggest that he had either been warned of the agent's motives ahead of time, or was independently leery of what they might be. But the fact that he had the foresight to record the conversations tends to support the possibility that he had been tipped off.