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    • 26.11.10 | 23:41 (IST)

    I can't tell whether Ms. Orly Innes' complaints against TWO senior people in the Police Ministry are justified or not, but they seem minor, and a different woman probably would not have raised them, and not because of fear but because of the over-all situation. What do we know about the two cases: 1. Gen. Bar-Lev was pushy (according to her) once, but it didn't get to any real physical contact. 2. The Director General Peleg, who resigned after the complaint, said he and Innes were romantically involved at some point. This mitigates any charge of verbal abuses and the like, and it would have been best for her to locate herself in a different office. Now, what is known of her personal history? 1. She divorced her first husband. 2. Another man she was living with died of cancer, and Innes wanted a piece of the estate despite a written will which left her out. She lost in court. 3. For the last 6 months she is living apart from her 2nd(?) husband. She strikes me as too combative, and the poor husbands... Perhaps the dead Companion followed Ecc. 7:26 "I find more bitter than death the woman who is a snare, whose heart is a trap and whose hands are chains. The man who pleases God will escape her, but the sinner she will ensnare." Bar-Lev was clearly a sinner, although a good fighter. It all fits.

    from the article: Sex, policemen and polygraphs
    First published 09:46 26.11.10 | Last updated 09:46 26.11.10
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