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At The Court, the decisive evidence was Yigal Amir’s own admittance… his own version [submitted] as brought by the police and the Shin Bet - the General Security Service, GSS. However, in spite of the fact that "There was an overtly dismissive attitude towards the [available] factual information that contradicted the prosecution’s position" these contradictions had been dismissed.

 to advance - klik inside the slide *פלאש:13643-mJ1xCy9ox9&ipherd-SlideShow.swf* It is commonly accepted in Western legal systems that contradictions presented by the prosecution or in the chain of events preclude a conviction. In Israel, a criminal defendant’s admittance requires minimal evidence. As quoted: Atty. Pnina GuyState Prosecutor at Yigal Amir’s Trial (Channel 2 , November 3, 1995) “The best evidence was his admittance… his own version [submitted] in stations of the police and Shin Bet …” (also Shabak, meaning General Security Service, GSS)... At The Court: "There was an overtly dismissive attitude towards the [available] factual information that contradicted the prosecution’s position* Some of the contradictory evidence was either not presented at all or did not receive serious consideration

 
 


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