Court extends custody for maker of violence-inciting films

January 18, 2011 19:50

The Petah Tikva Magistrate's Court extended the custody of the maker of two films containing calls for violence against public officials by a day on Tuesday. 

Uri Bar'am has confessed to producing two Internet videos that featured calls to murder deputy state prosecutor Shai Nitzan and Defense Minister Ehud Barak has expressed regret over his actions last week. 

Bar'am said his intention had been to shed light on the dangers of incitement.

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