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[videos] LORI SHEM-TOV: Israeli Blogger's surprise release following 26-month detention

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The judiciary are trying to turn Lori, an activist against family court corruption, into a showcase in their drive to restrict on-line speech. Eventually, the judges got trapped in their own game with no way out, except for releasing Lori.

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Social-media banner: "Political prisoner Lori Shem-Tov is entitled to due process, fair and public hearing".

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Celebrating the release with Lori Shem-Tov on Thursday night in the prison parking lot.

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Demonstration at the Supreme Court entrance during a break in the hearing on May 01, 2019 (photo by Leviah Alon).

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February 27, 2017--Israel broadcasting TV news announcing the detention of an "internet terror gang" with drawn guns in the background.


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2019-05-02 Lori's release - Neveh Tirzah prison parking lot celebration

2019-05-02 Lori's release - celebrating before going to pick her up in prison

2019-05-01 Demonstration at the entrance to the Supreme Court during a pause in the hearing on Lori's release

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In Israel as in Washington, we treat people who expose government corruption much more harshly than those who commit violent crimes.

Submitted on Sunday, May 5, 2019 at 3:49:55 PM

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