On Thursday evening, December 17, several dozen people held a protest near the house of head of the General security service (Shin bet) Yoram Cohen.
The protesters, among whom were the relatives of suspects in the arson of the family Doable in the village of Duma, were carrying placards: «Stop the bullying of teenagers» and «the Israel security Agency circumvents the law.»
Earlier, the lawyers representing the detainees, held a special press conference at which stated that their clients «are subjected to torture designed to force them to confess to the murder of a family Doable».
According to lawyers who only the day before the first opportunity to meet with the defendants, adolescents are deprived of sleep, beaten, interrogated for hours, holding hands and feet shackled suspects. According to Kaydara, during one of the interrogations, his client started vomiting. The doctor examined the detainee and stated that he needs a rest and demanded to interrupt the interrogation. Approval Kaydara, this requirement was ignored and the suspect back for questioning.
Attorney ADI Keidar has described the situation as «unprecedented by the standards of Israel by violence, especially when it comes to minors».
General security service (SHABAK) has provided a response to the words Evdokimov, stating that «the investigation is in progress against the group of Jewish terrorists, suspects in serious crimes».
«From the moment of detention, we are seeing an active and organized attempt to tarnish the ISA and its employees», — is spoken in the comment of the intelligence services.
«This attempt is reprehensible and will not stop us from fulfilling his duty», — say representatives of the Shin bet, noting that «the detainees are being questioned intensively about everything related to suspicions».
The Association for civil rights issued a statement demanding to begin an immediate check of the data presented by the lawyers. «There is reason to fear that the SHABAK uses a method prohibited by the high court of appeals, such as physical violence and deprivation of the defendants of sleep for a long time» — say human rights activists.