Threatened a policeman: “Do not mess with me”

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Abnormal incident at checkpoints for the closure: Police detained at a checkpoint at the exit from the village Jadeida sold resident of Acre who broke the blockade and threatened the police. “I will sue you. You do not know what family I come from.”

Detained at the checkpoint and threatened the police // Photo: Police spokeswoman

As part of the effort to fight the corona virus, the police have in recent days deployed roadblocks on main roads in the villages in the Western Galilee, in order to enforce the guidelines of the Ministry of Health. At the end of the week, the police at one of the checkpoints checked an Acre resident who arrived at the scene in a train with her two young children, and claimed that she was traveling for medical purposes to one of her children, but refused to identify herself to the police, and insulted them.

Policeman: “Turn off the engine, please.”

You drove: “I’m not turning anything off, you’re not telling me what to do.”

Policeman: “You are detained for non-identification, too bad, you are with two small children in the car and I do not want to detain you. I want you to give me an ID card.”

Driver: “Deal with other matters, I have no time for you. You will see what is done to you, you do not know what family I am from. Do not mess with me.”

Policeman: “Everything is filmed, you do not want to be arrested.”

Driver: “Take a picture, take a selfie with me. I do not have an ID card, stop me. You do not know my husband? He will put all his salary on you, you do not know who you are dealing with.”

Policeman: “You have one last chance because of the children, this is a state of law.”

You drove: “Meadow ****** Move away, I move whenever I want, we will sue you.”

“Reject the ugly attempt to discredit police officers in their work”

After it was made clear to the driver that refusing to identify herself could lead to her arrest, and in particular that she was with her young children, she agreed to identify herself to the police, and they contented themselves with registering only a NIS 500 fine for violating the closure, and demanding to return home.

The police said: “We strongly reject the ugly attempt to discredit the work of the police, who are at the forefront of the fight to stop the spread of the Corona virus for the health of the entire public, while partially and distorting the network of footage that does not reflect the professional and patient conduct of the police.”







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