The decision provoked outrage on social media, due to what was perceived as preferring the right of the male suspect to a good name over the woman’s desire – that she be the victim of the crime. Following the wave of reactions, Walla! NEWS and other media outlets on the decision, and asked to publish Moshe’s name.
Judge Vago, who heard the appeal, did not comment at all on reactions on social media or in public, nor did he mention the words of former Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch, who criticized the publication ban in an interview with Network B. But he did clarify the serious legal error made in the Magistrates’ Court decision, and corrected it.
Judge Amorai wrote in the restraining order that “at this stage in the publication the name of the respondent does not contribute to the establishment and promotion of the public interest, and therefore the court does not allow the name of the suspect to be published.” But according to the law and rules established by the Supreme Court over the years, there is no need to prove that publication promotes any public interest.
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