Appeal was filed in the Israeli Supreme Court, originating in the criminal prosecution of Israeli bloggers Lori Shem-Tov and Moti Leybel. The two lead protest against corruption of the family courts. In particular -- the taking of children from their biological parents, especially the poor. Both have been detained over the past 7 months under unprecedented harsh and abusive conditions. The Appeal raises the question: "Is a court permitted, in a criminal process, to serve a person documents with the intention that the recipient accept their authority as valid court decisions and judgments, and at the same time hold the authenticity of the same records as valid court records a riddle?" The circumstances that are documented in the Appeal pose clear and present danger to Liberty and fundamental Human Rights of all residents of the State of Israel.
Figures. Abuse of Lori Shem-Tov and Moti Leybel - bloggers and protest activists against corruption of the family courts - continues, and generates in itself unique documentation of corruption of the courts and serious abuse of Human Rights. Judge Abraham Heiman is holding the Defendants in detention for the past 7 months, while perverting court records and court process. In particular - generating fake court hearing protocols and refusing to permit inspection of their lawful e-signatures.
Figure. Tel-Aviv District Prosecutors Merav Geva and Eliran Galili engaged in falsification of Indictment records in collusion with Judge Beni Sagi. Israeli TV Channel 10 evening news broadcast
Figure. State of Israel v Shem-Tov (Detainee) et al (14280-04-17) in the Tel-Aviv District Court: Public access to the entire court file is unlawfully blocked "The user is not permitted to view instant court file". Judge Heiman fails to issue a decision on request to produce a lawfully made sealing, or gag order in this case.
Jerusalem, October 03 - Appeal was filed in the Supreme Court on Sunday - Zernik v State of Israel et al (7631/17) - pertaining to faking and hiding of e-signatures by Judge Abraham Heiman, related to the detention of bloggers Lori Shem-Tov and Moti Leybel under State of Israel v Shem-Tov (Detainee) et al (14280-04-17) in the Tel-Aviv District Court.
The Appeal originates in Judge Heiman's decisions, after purportedly serving an unsigned August 15, 2017 Protocol [minutes], while refusing to denying access to inspect its lawful e-signatures.
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