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"Stupid leftists": a resident of Rehovot was recorded throwing eggs at protesters - voila! news


The suspect recorded himself throwing eggs from the balcony of the tower where he lived, claiming that the protesters "disturbed his afternoon nap", while cursing them. The police closed the case on the grounds that no suspects were found in the act, and it was reopened after Walla appealed. The police said "upon receiving new information, it was decided to continue the investigation"

"Stupid leftists": a resident of Rehovot recorded himself throwing eggs at protesters (Section 27A of the Copyright Law)

A protester against the legal revolution filed a complaint at the police station in Rehovot against a resident of the city who threw eggs at the protesters during a demonstration held under his apartment in the tower where he lives.

The case against him was closed after three weeks on the grounds that no suspects were found in the act.

But after turning to Voila!

The police received a message this morning (Tuesday) from one of the complainants that the case has been reopened and the suspect will be summoned for questioning.

From the documentation of the event he filmed, the resident of the city is seen throwing eggs while cursing the protesters and calling them "stupid leftists", "sluts", "sluts" and "maniacs".

The suspect said that he would "show them what it's like to disturb my afternoon sleep".

One of the protesters told about the event: "It was a procession around the city, and near Herzl Street they started throwing eggs at us from one of the buildings. The thrower was on a very high floor and we couldn't identify where he was exactly. In addition, we heard shouts with unsympathetic statements towards us. He didn't aim very well So most of the eggs fell on the other side of the road, on vehicles," the protester added that "there were no police in the area at the time, because they were spread out far. There was another incident with a driver who tried to pass through the protesters and tried to threaten them. A kind of anarchy."

A demonstration against the legal revolution last week (photo: documentation on social networks according to Article 27 A of the Copyright Law)

The Israel Police stated that "the police opened an investigation upon receiving the complaint, while examining findings in the field in order to identify suspects, however, in the absence of sufficient evidence and testimony - the case was closed. Upon receipt of new information, it was decided to continue the investigation accordingly."

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Source: walla

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