Convicted Judaic Murderer–‘An angel commanded me to kill’
Court rejects appeal of Jack Teitel, convicted of murdering two Arabs. Killer claimed he suffered from temporary insanity.
ed note–as Ned Flanders from ‘The Simpsons’ would say, ‘Now that’s a dilly of a pickle’.
In this case, indeed our Judaic murderer can claim as his defense that the murder of those 2 ‘Ishmaelites’ (the biblically-based, disparaging term which Judaics use in describing those of Arab (semitic) descent) was ‘divine’ in origin, given that his religion–Judaism–is very clear on what Jews are to do with regards to those non-Jews ‘polluting’ the ‘Promised land’ with their presence, to wit–
‘When the LORD your God brings you into the land you are to possess and casts out the many peoples living there, you shall then slaughter them all and utterly destroy them…You shall save nothing alive that breathes…You shall make no agreements with them nor show them any mercy. You shall destroy their altars, break down their images, cut down their groves and burn their graven images with fire. For you are a holy people unto the LORD thy God and He has chosen you to be a special people above all others upon the face of the earth…’–Book of Deuteronomy’
And please, as we say here often, don’t bombard us with mindless commentary about how Teitel was not a ‘true Jew’, how he is an ‘Edomite’ or a ‘Khazar’ or any of the rest of that nonsense. He is a Jew, following his Judaism as laid out in the Torah and then later expanded upon in books/schools of thought such as the Talmud, Zohar, Kabbalah, etc.
Israel National News
The Supreme Court rejected on Tuesday an appeal filed by Jack Teitel, who was convicted in 2013 for the murder of two Palestinian Arabs, dismissing claims the killer suffered from temporary insanity and was thus not responsible for his actions.
Teitel, a 43-year old American-born immigrant, confessed to murdering an Arab taxi driver and a shepherd, along with a host of other attacks, though police determined that Teitel was not responsible for all of the acts to which he confessed, including the 2009 shooting of a Tel Aviv LGBT center. That latter attack was later found to have been carried out by a member of the center over a personal dispute.
While Teitel’s lawyers had claimed that he was mentally unfit to stand trial, the court found him sane and therefore fully responsible for his actions. His attorneys later agreed to a plea bargain. A 2010 report by a district psychiatrist found him unfit for trial, though the court later rejected this opinion.
Teitel appealed the decision ruling him responsible for his actions, requesting the Supreme Court consider his claim of temporary insanity.
According to the claim, Teitel was under the influence of delusional thoughts during the killings. Teitel has claimed that prior to the murders an angel “revealed itself to me”, commanding him to carry out the killings.
The court responded to Teitel’s appeal, saying that the claims of delusional visions of angels this late in the process raised doubts about the credulity of his appeal.
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