Gaby Lasky represents her. She called Leaf's arrest "a mistake. We'll prove that this indictment is an even greater mistake," she added.
Last June, Haaretz headlined "Police violence against Tel Aviv protesters should raise the alarm with Israel's authorities," saying:
On June 22, police brutalized protest leader Daphni Leef. They dragged her out of a group of peaceful demonstrators violently.
They threw her to the ground. To no avail, she tried to protect herself from repeated blows. She sustained injuries, including a broken arm.
"The horrific sight lasted for many minutes." Leef was then "forcefully taken to a nearby police vehicle. No one should ever ignore or repress" images of what happened.
"The brutality" against her and others "was not only direct, it was public and unabashed."
It signaled long, hot summer weeks ahead. Netanyahu ordered it.
On June 23, Haaretz headlined "Israeli Police deploy large forces in central Tel Aviv as protesters gather for mass rally," saying: