A Light Amongst the Nations– Israeli Policeman Accused of Urinating on Face of Handcuffed Palestinian
The detective led the detainee to the police station restroom, the indictment states, and allegedly urinating in the detainee’s face after failing to close the stall door
ed note–keep in mind that compared to other things that have taken place in the past, including Judaic bloodbaths such as those taking place at Deir Yassin (where young Arab girls were brutally raped and murdered by God’s chosen land thieves and pregnant Arab mothers-to-be literally had their bellies slit open and the babies in them ripped out and killed) that what took place with this hebraic cop urinating on the face of a Palestinian Gentile is almost ‘gentle’ in its delivery.
Also keep in mind that the only reason that this cop finds himself in the clutches of Judaic legal measures is because of the internet and the growing awareness on the part of many around the world exactly what ‘Jewish values’ are as they exist within the ‘Jewish state’, and that the powers that be know that if some kind of show is not made in dealing with this that it could go down very badly for Israel and that therefore all the Jrama we are witnessing with regards to any ‘investigation’ and any subsequent prosecution is just for show and merely an application of Israel’s motto ‘by way of deception, we shall make war’.
The Justice Ministry’s police conduct investigation unit has filed criminal charges against a policeman from the Israel Police station in the West Bank settlement of Ma’aleh Adumim for allegedly urinating in the face of a bound Palestinian at the station.
According to the indictment, which was filed several weeks ago, the policeman, Ya’akov Ben-Nissim Cohen, urinated on the Palestinian, Mohammed Warani, in the station’s restroom.
The filing of the indictment for abuse came on the orders of the High Court of Justice in February after Warani filed a petition with the court challenging the Justice Ministry’s decision to close the file against Cohen, even though under interrogation Cohen had admitted some of the allegations against him.
According to the indictment, the incident occurred in 2007, when Cohen was working as a detective at the station. That night, November 6, Warani, and another Palestinian, both of whom were from the West Bank town of Al-Eizariya, adjacent to Ma’aleh Adumim.
While Warani was handcuffed and blindfolded, Cohen led him to the police station restroom, the indictment states, and sat Warani on a toilet seat in a narrow bathroom stall and kicked the detainee’s legs in an effort to close the stall door. After not managing to close the stall, Cohen allegedly climbed up on a ledge to close the door and then proceeded to urinate in Warani’s face.
Under interrogation, Cohen initially denied the allegations against him but when told that his DNA had been found on Warani’s clothing, Cohen admitted to “an unusual incident,” the indictment alleges.
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