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Court gives Kamm three extra days before entering prison

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday evening that Anat Kamm, the former IDF OC Central Command secretary convicted of gathering and storing classified military documents and transferring them to a journalist, would begin her four-a-half year prison sentence on Wednesday rather than Sunday, as originally ruled by the Tel Aviv District Court last month.

The Supreme Court ruled Thursday evening that Anat Kamm, the former IDF OC Central Command secretary convicted of gathering and storing classified military documents and transferring them to a journalist, would begin her four-a-half year prison sentence on Wednesday rather than Sunday, as originally ruled by the Tel Aviv District Court last month.
 Earlier in the day, in a preliminary hearing on the matter, Supreme Court Justice Miriam Naor rejected the request to postpone the prison sentence during the entire appeals process.
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