They should instead reconsider how they raised their son - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • perplexed
    • 23.10.12 | 12:06 (IST)

    A woman is not an incubator. Efrat pestered the girl? possibly, but so did these people, and they had much less idealistic motives. But we're not here to talk about unsolicited people who speak their mind insistently. Point is, their son decided and planned he would murder his girlfriend (and get rid of pregnancy at the same time), taking advantage of his father's negligence with weapons. Had he succeeded, he'd have served a few years at most, his family would have supported him and blamed her, her families, her friends, Efrat, the rabbis, and anyone else but themselves. I hope the lady is granted court compensations, regardless if she decides to have the baby or not. Family of the sociopath is apparently not eager to compensate the victim.

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    First published 01:32 23.10.12 | Last updated 01:32 23.10.12
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