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15 years since the murder of Tair Rada: "Law enforcement agencies continue to whitewash all the years" - Walla! news

2021-12-05T21:58:27.041Z

Ilana Rada wrote a post ahead of the judges' visit to the Zadorov trial at the murder scene of her daughter tomorrow, 15 years after the incident. "The obvious shoe prints suddenly became random signs of blood flying by itself in the toilet compartment," the mother wrote. "Protect the killers instead of prosecuting them and they roam free"



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15 years since the murder of Tair Rada: "Law enforcement agencies continue to whitewash all the years"

Ilana Rada wrote a post ahead of the judges' visit to the Zadorov trial at the murder scene of her daughter tomorrow, 15 years after the incident.

"The obvious shoe prints suddenly became random signs of blood flying by itself in the toilet compartment," the mother wrote.

"Protect the killers instead of prosecuting them and they roam free"

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Eli Ashkenazi

Sunday, 05 December 2021, 23:45

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In the video: the boss of Zdorov, Zdorov and Ilana Rada in the retrial (Photo: Eli Ashkenazi)

Ilana Rada, the mother of the girl Tair Rada who was murdered at a school in Katzrin, this evening referred to the fact that tomorrow will be exactly 15 years to the day her daughter was murdered and attacked law enforcement: "What has not changed in all these years To lie and whitewash the crimes of the investigation they committed. "



"The obvious shoe prints in the blood suddenly became random signs of blood flying by itself in the toilet cubicle space, and the same police and prosecutors who failed miserably failed to correct," Ilana Rada wrote.

"'As long as the candle is lit it can be fixed,'" and I have no other purpose in life other than that.

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"Your killers roam free," Tair Rada (Photo: Ginny)

"Tell my beloved, tomorrow will be 15 years since the day you were taken from us in an indescribable cruelty and your killers continue to walk free as if nothing had happened," the mother wrote. "They slaughtered your little body and destroyed my soul and that of my family forever, and the people of law, instead of bringing them to justice, continue to protect them. That day I vowed not to rest until the truth comes out and I am here to tell you,



Tomorrow will mark the 15th anniversary of the day Rada was murdered, a month before she reached the age of 14. In an unusual coincidence, the three judges discussing the retrial held for the man convicted of murder, Roman Zadorov, will arrive at the murder scene tomorrow. In 2010, in a trial that shocked the country, Zadorov, a resident of Katzrin who was then working on renovating the school shelters where the murder took place, was sentenced to life in prison. Judges Asher Kola, Danny Tzarfati and Tamar Nissim-Shai will also be joined by Zadorov's defense attorney tomorrow. Their visit to the Nofei Golan school is in fact a legal hearing for everything, and is defined as a closed-door hearing.

"Law enforcement agencies continue to whitewash all the years," Ilana Rada (Photo: screenshot, screenshot)

During a visit by the judges at the first trial, they toured several places that outline Rada's last trajectory, and other points related to the murder investigation.

The visit began under the pergola where the murdered woman was staying with her friends and girlfriends, before entering the school.

The judges then visited the shelter where Zadorov worked in the flooring and the teachers' room.

The bathroom itself, where Rada was murdered, was completely renovated and changed so the judges visited another bathroom, identical to the original.



The prosecution requested during the first trial to check the angle of view from the fountain inside the building towards the level above, where the murder took place.

One of the students testified that at this point she saw a figure, which she later linked to Zadorov.

In addition, the walking time and distance from the school gate to the building where Zadorov worked and where the murder was committed were measured at the time, because the defense argued that at the time the murder was committed, Zadorov collected equipment from his employer and entered the school grounds.

The judges at his trial return to the murder scene.

Roman Zdorov (Photo: Flash 90, David Cohen)

The retrial revolves around some key controversies: the authenticity of Zadorov's confession to the murder and the reenactment of the murder, the issue of the footprints found on Rada's pants, the schedules he conducted and their suitability for the time of the murder, and his level of knowledge.

However, the main issue in the retrial is the trace of an unidentified shoe at the murder scene, on which drops of blood of the murdered woman were found.



According to an opinion presented by the defense, and supported by the head of the Institute of Forensic Medicine Dr. Chen Kugel, the drops of blood could only drip very close to the time of the murder. The defense claims, following this, that the blood spilled on a shoe imprint that was imprinted very close to the time of the murder, hence that it was the imprint of an undetected killer.

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