The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office filed an indictment in the Tel Aviv Magistrate's Court against Reshef Meshulam (35) from Tel Aviv after he imported a dangerous drug GBL ("G") in the amount of about 160 grams into Israel, and additional drugs were found in his home, in various quantities, not for personal consumption. He admitted to importing the drugs, but claims that the use is for the removal of false eyelashes and for sexual purposes.
The indictment filed by attorney Nitzan Friedman indicates that at the beginning of August, the package was received in Israel, after it was sent from the United States, and was seized at customs. In addition, at the time of his arrest, Meshulam was in possession of additional drugs of this type in various places in his home, not for personal consumption and without a lawful permit, as well as ketamine, MDMA, mephedron ("Mamsi"), hemp and psilocin.
The defendant admitted that he imported the drugs from abroad, but gave a version that he used these drugs to remove false eyelashes and for sexual purposes. As for the drugs seized in his apartment, which he owned, at first the defendant gave a version that some of the drugs found were his and some of them belonged to his partner, but later in the interrogation he recanted and admitted that he was the owner of all the drugs seized.
Adv. Friedman of the Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office asked the court to extend the restrictive conditions imposed on the defendant: "The respondent is an emergency room doctor and an HMO, in his capacity responsible for public health and is well acquainted with the risks of drug use. Despite this, the respondent imported and possessed various types of drugs in commercial quantities, including hard drugs that are considered 'rape drugs'. The respondent blatantly exceeded the trust placed in him by virtue of his position, and hence a presumption of dangerousness arises in his case."
The indictment attributes to Meshulam offenses of importing dangerous drugs and possession not for personal consumption of dangerous drugs.
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