3 Girls suspected of “Price Tag” incident released from detention

Wednesday, April 23, 9:45 On the morning of Wednesday, April 23 at 10:00 3 Jewish minors, all of them girls, who were detained the previous night by policemen from Merchav David (Old City District) in Jerusalem will be brought to the Jerusalem Magistrate Court. The girls are suspected of desecrating graves in the Muslim Cemetery near the eastern wall of the Old City of Jerusalem and writing on a grave “Price Tag” with rocks and sand. They refused to cooperate during interrogation.
Updates will follow throughout the day.
10:10, Update: A Honenu attorney will represent the girls.
12:40, Update: Jerusalem Magistrate Judge Dorit Feinstein released the girls, despite the fact that the police attempted to attribute to them a “Price Tag” incident. The girls were released on condition of a restraining order banning them from entering the Muslim Cemetery for 30 days.
Attorney Itamar Ben Gvir represented the girls on behalf of Honenu.
For an INN article on the case click here.

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