Adv. Liat Ben-Ari’s version regarding her handling of the family property split case in Rosh HaAyin was published this morning (Tuesday) for the first time, in a report in which the Attorney General’s Complaints Commissioner, retired Judge David Rosen, rejected his complaint regarding right-wing activist Adv. .
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Rosen clarified that the handling of the issue is not within his authority, but in the hands of the planning and building authorities, but found it appropriate to add: “At the same time, it is impossible not to say out loud that a public servant, certainly a public servant, is commanded to be careful and careful in his actions. Not only when doing his public office. The public’s eyes are on him and on all his behavior and the manner in which the law is enforced by him, and everything, and rightly so, without assumptions and forgiveness. That is, flame in cedars, even if small flame “I recommended to the Attorney General, to determine in the instructions of the Attorney General, these firsts are informed about the behavior of public servants, who are not only in D. Amot their public office.”
The affair in question deals with the splitting of the house that the Ben Ari couple purchased in Rosh HaAyin. The house was split into two housing units even before the approval was received by the Planning and Building Committee. Ben-Ari prefaces her broader response to the broader context of the ‘attack’ on her: “For a long time now (Rosen details her version, MG), a personal, intense negative campaign has begun against her, whose whole purpose seems to be to delegitimize her personally and the law enforcement agencies. The law, as well as an attempt to deter and divert those involved in law enforcement from carrying out their duties faithfully. “
Ben-Ari also noted the false harassment of her two sons, which she also involved: “There were allegations against her, according to which she exploited her power and status, and made sure that her son would not be questioned for this attack, and further claimed that she disrupted interrogation moves by fleeing her son to the north. Haaretz, so that she can claim that her son was not in the home area at all. According to Adv. Ben-Ari, the context of things, and in particular their purpose, which is to divert her center of activity from leading the management and promotion of cases, to engaging in this relentless harassment. “Another main goal of the campaign described, according to Adv. Ben-Ari, is to instill fear in the hearts of the attorneys who do the work, so that they will be seen engaging in cases of the type in question, lest they become victims of harassment and annoying persecution.”
Ben-Ari’s husband, Aviv, was provided with a professional opinion by Adv. Sarit Dana, former Deputy Attorney General. “Indeed,” Rosen said, “it was appropriate that certain changes made to the house, as well as the split into two housing units, be made. Only after obtaining the necessary permits, and Adv. Ben-Ari Mitzra. “However, she claims that these are” changes in the low, if not very low, threshold of construction irregularities. “This is because the Planning and Construction Committee, according to data provided by the municipality , Approved over 95% of retrospectively trained applications, in the last three years in which more than 200 splitting applications were submitted – a goal that the state itself encourages in the fight to solve the housing shortage.Ben Ari herself was not involved in this whole story, run by her husband Aviv.
Ben-Ari’s response alluded to a discriminatory attitude towards her: “The request submitted by Adv. Ben-Ari’s spouse, which is not a complex request, was raised in two different local committee hearings and in both it was decided to remove the request from the agenda without being approved, despite the support of The professional staff and members of the committee, for reasons that were not interpreted in the minutes, and contrary to other similar requests that were approved in those discussions. Adv. Ben-Ari noted that there is no doubt in her heart that if it had not been for a request submitted by her spouse, the request would have been approved at the first meeting where it was brought up for hearing. Ben-Ari does not explicitly allege harassment by a political figure against her, as reported, but notes the fact that her spouse’s request was not treated as a personal intent against her.
Rosen clears Attorney General Avichai Mandelblit and ministry spokesman Moshe Cohen of attempts to cover up and whitewash Ben-Ari. “I have not found any support regarding the alleged immunity from the State Attorney’s Office to Adv. Ben-Ari regarding the allegations that are the subject of your complaint,” he writes to Wisoli, “It emerged from the Attorney General’s reference that he trusts the competent authorities to deal with these allegations.” And states that the complaint deals with a private matter of Ben-Ari and not with a matter that touches on her public role as a lawyer and therefore he is not the appropriate address, except for his recommendation that public employees take care of light as well as serious in their private lives.
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