I Thought I Put a Stop to Shin Bet Torture. I Was Wrong

For years, I was proud that my legal colleagues and I had succeeded in eliminating the possibility of extracting a confession by the use of torture. But it turns out that we were were mistaken

Avigdor Feldman.
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Avigdor Feldman.
Avigdor Feldman

Between 11:53 P.M. on December 17, 2015, and 6:50 A.M. on December 18, 2015, use was made during “fixed and brief periods of time” of so-called special means, applied with scientific precision, on the body of Amiram Ben-Uliel. Ben-Uliel was convicted in May 2020 of three counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder in the 2015 attack on the Dawabsheh family while they were asleep at home in the West Bank village of Duma.

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