Attempted lynch victims released after interrogation

Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 15:42 The two Binyamin residents detained on the morning of Wednesday, May 17, after defending themselves by opening fire during an attempted lynch by rioting Arabs have been released after several hours of interrogation. They were released on bail and are forbidden to make contact with each other.
Simultaneous to their interrogation, Binyamin residents protested outside of the police station and called for their release and for the police to take action against Arab terror.
Honenu Attorney Adi Kedar: “It is very sad to see that two citizens who this morning encountered a terror attack and by a decisive action prevented injury to human life, found themselves in an interrogation room for several hours as if they were hardened criminals, while the terrorists and the rioters walked free. The Israeli Police are continuing to selectively enforce the law against only Jews while neglecting the security and endangering the lives of citizens in Yehuda and Shomron and neglecting their security.”

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