After publishing his name: Huge signs were placed today (Wednesday) on Ayalon North lanes, on which is a picture of 45-year-old Aviad Moshe, who is suspected of attempting to murder his 31-year-old wife Shira at their home in Mitzpe Ramon on New Year’s Eve.
The background to this is the fact that yesterday the court overturned the decision of Judge George Amorai, who granted Moshe’s request to ban the publication of his name for fear that it would “damage the reputation of 45 years” and that the publication of his name and picture would upset his older parents. He explained his words when he said “I understand the urge for revenge on the part of the woman’s family members, but we need to stop for a moment. Maybe there will be something surprising.”
The scene of the incident in Mitzpe Ramon (Photo: Police Spokeswoman)
Shira survived the assassination attempt thanks to the resourcefulness of the neighbors who heard what was happening, and she is now hospitalized at Soroka Hospital in Be’er Sheva, after being stabbed 20 times, her ear cut off, and her face mutilated with a rolling pin – all in front of the couple’s toddler son, 10 years and 10 months. Yesterday, Shira’s family members published the photos of the damage that Aviad caused her, in order to prevent similar cases from recurring.
As you may recall, last Sunday dozens of women and men demonstrated in front of the Supreme Court and other courts across the country, in protest of Judge Amorai’s decision, which provoked angry reactions.
Meanwhile, the Dimona police are now working to end the investigation despite the fact that the suspect Aviad Moshe does not cooperate with the investigators and maintains the right to remain silent. It seems that as early as next week, the material will be transferred to the State Attorney’s Office, which will be held prior to the filing of a serious indictment against him.
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