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November 25, 2015 / 13 Kislev, 5776
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Police Investigating Reporting Mess-up in Kidnapping

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The police announced they will form an investigation as to how and why the initial report of the kidnapping was ignored for 4 hours.

The first report of the kidnapping of the boys from Gush Etzion came in at 10:25 PM on Thursday, to the police’s 100 (like 911) emergency line.

The message wasn’t passed on to the police or the Shabak until 3:00 AM Friday morning, when one of the parents went to a police station to report his son missing.

Minister of the Internal Security Yitzchak Aharonovitz said the failure will be investigated.

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3 Responses to “Police Investigating Reporting Mess-up in Kidnapping”

  1. Wally Right says:

    Patriot, observant Jew, potential oleh: the IL oligarchic / elitist state is NOT your friend. Get that through your head and all else will become clear.

  2. I am not being sarcastic. How would the police have reacted if it had been three palestinian boys who were were kidnapped?????

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