Re: 'The law broken was "Contempt of Court"' - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Miron
    • 22.06.10 | 17:28 (IDT)

    the judge said that "they would not sit in the same class with Sefardi and I had no other way then put them in prison" However, when it turned out that some of them were "Sefardi" who would not sit in same class with other "Sefardi" it is now not about "sitting in the same class with Sefardi"? So, are you claiming the judge lied and the issue really is not about "they would not sit in the same class with Sefardi and I had no other way then put them in prison"? Might it be I sound emotional, but I am as cold as stone. When someone is in contempt they usually cause great deal of disturbance on a court and cause judge basically go berserk, because unless he instills sense of respect to due process the court will basically be unable to function. Now, in no article informing with regards to this process anyone ever spoke that due process was in any way affected… as I stated already the judge clearly stated "they would not sit in the same class with Sefardi and I had no other way then put them in prison". He is on the record. So, in simple layman terms, what the heck is going on?

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