January 21, 2006


Police Chief Not Ruling Out Live Fire in Hevron

Police Chief Moshe Karadi refused to rule out the use of live fire in the confrontation over the eviction of the residents of Hevron's Shalhevet neighborhood. "No more mixed messages," he said.
Interviewed on Israel's Channel 2 television Saturday, Police Chief Karadi said, "The eviction will be carried out in any event - calmly or by force."

When asked if the police was prepared to use live weapons fire during the evictions, Karadi replied: "I hope not, but as the person responsible for professional operations, I cannot afford to rule out that assumption. From now on, there will be no more mixed messages. From now on, there will be unequivocal enforcement of the law."

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josh said...

Correct me if I'm wrong but it doesn't seem to be that there is loshon hara in saying that this commander of the police is danger to society, or maybe just a simple fool.

Tovya @ Zion Report said...

where are you at...? you stopped posting!

Judah HaKohain said...

Sorry, sorry, sorry. I have been away. New posts coming (hopefully) tonight.