Israel’s Deputy Health Minister to be indicted for aiding pedophile evade extradition

Occupied Palestine (QNN)- The Israel Police recommended Tuesday indicting Israel’s Deputy Health Minister and “United Torah Judaism” Chairman Yaakov Litzman for bribery, fraud, witness tampering and breach of trust, according to Israeli media.

Litzman was questioned by police on Thursday on suspicion he used his clout and authority to sabotage the extradition of Malka Leifer to Australia. Leifer is a former principal of the ultra-orthodox Jewish girls’ school Adass Israel in Melbourne, who was charged with 74 sexual offenses she allegedly committed against three sisters between 2001 to 2008.

Litzman is also accused of intervening to prevent the closure of a restaurant with serious sanitation violations, and improperly attempting to get prisoners released, some of whom were convicted sex offenders, was closed

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