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Police Officer Viciously Attacks Ethiopian IDF Soldier [video]

Tuesday, April 28th, 2015

A police officer in Holon viciously attacked an Ethiopian IDF soldier, Damas Pakada, on Sunday evening.

The clearly unprovoked attack was caught in its entirety on camera by neighbors.

The policeman also threatened to shoot the soldier in the head during the assault after Pakada tried to defend himself from the beating.

The police officer then claimed that Pakada attacked him, and Pakada was arrested and spent the night in jail.

Because of the video, Pakada was released the next day, and the police officer was suspended and the case has been moved to Machash (Internal Affairs).

Pakada believes he was the victim of a racist, hate crime.

The police department has condemned the actions of the policeman.

Far too often there seems to be a culture of brutality running through the Israeli police department, and unfortunately, this is just how too many Israeli police behave when they aren’t sexually harassing women.

Hero Police Officer Zidan Sayif has Died of his Wounds

Tuesday, November 18th, 2014

Zidan Sayif (30) HY”D, the Israeli-Druze policeman who saved numerous lives on Tuesday morning when he engaged the two Arab terrorists in a gun battle in the Har Nof Massace, died on Tuesday evening of his wounds, according to a statement from Hadassah hospital.

Sayif was being treated in Hadassah hospital for the head wound he received in the shootout with the terrorists.

Sayif was the first of two officers on the scene. As a result of Zidan’s heroic actions, the terrorists in the Jerusalem synagogue were forced to stop slaughtering worshipers and instead concentrated on attacking the policeman.

The death toll from the attack in the synagogue has now risen to 5,

Sayif is survived by his wife and a 4 month old baby daughter.

Zidan Sayif joined the Israeli police in April 2011, and served as a traffic officer in Jerusalem.

He was from the village of Yanuch-Jat in the Galil.

The funeral will be held at 2:00 PM on Wednesday in his village.

Nazi War Criminal Dies in Hospital Evading Conviction

Monday, August 12th, 2013

Suspected 98-year old Hungarian Nazi war criminal Laszlo Csatari died in hospital on Monday. He faced charges of involvement in the deportation of Jews from a town in Slovakia during World War II.

Csatari denied the charges. Nevertheless, he was at the top of the Simon Wiesenthal Center’s list of alleged Nazi war criminals.

After being sentenced to death in absentia by a Czech court in 1948 Csatari fled to Canada, where he lived and worked as an art dealer before being stripped of his citizenship in the 1990s.

He returned to Hungary where he lived for about 15 years before prosecutors began investigating his case in late 2011, based on information from the Wiesenthal Center. In June, 2013, Hungarian prosecutors finally charged him, saying he had been “actively involved in and assisted the deportations” in 1944 of Jews from a ghetto in Kosice.

The former police officer Csatari “regularly beat the interned Jews with his bare hands and whipped them with a dog-whip without any special reasons, regardless of their sex, age or health,” prosecutors said.

The UK The Sun tracked down Csatari, photographing him and confronting him at his front door.

Now, those are paparazzi we can be proud of…

Printed from: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/breaking-news/nazi-war-criminal-dies-in-hospital-evading-conviction/2013/08/12/

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