Kadima: Writing was on the wall for Beinisch attack

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January 27, 2010 14:53

 
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In response to the Wednesday incident in which a 52-year-old man lobbed his shoes at Supreme Court President Dorit Beinisch, MK Ronnie Bar-On (Kadima) issued a statement saying that the writing was on the wall months before the attack.







[Prime Minister Binyamin] Netanyahu's thundering silence in the wake of wild attacks by his ministers against the Supreme Court in the past year, was shattered today in an ugly way,” the statement read.







It was shameful violence, the motives for which were known to all,” it concluded.


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