The district court is discussing a ban on publishing the name of the suspect in the attempted murder of his wife


The Be’er Sheva District Court today (Tuesday) heard an appeal against the decision of the Peace House in the city to leave under a restraining order the name of the suspect in the attempted murder of his wife, Shira Moshe, and seriously injured in front of their daughter in Mitzpe Ramon about two weeks ago.

The appeal was filed by Walla! NEWS and other media, after the police decided to give it up due to administrative difficulty. A source close to the details said that the publication of the suspect’s name would not advance the investigation, and therefore there is no legal basis to file an appeal to the district court.

The hearing on the appeal takes place against the background of a nationwide wave of protests against Judge George Amorai’s decision last week to ban the publication of the suspect’s name, contrary to the recommendation of the police representative at the hearing. So, the suspect in stabbing his wife argued in court that the case should be thoroughly investigated before the publication of his name, as this would ruin his career.

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