Police investigating suspicion of judge who hit his kids

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February 27, 2013 07:05

 
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The police is investigating a suspicion that a judge hit his children over a long period of time, Israel Radio reported on Wednesday morning.

According to Israel Radio, police is still waiting for approval from Attorney-General Yehuda Weinsten to question the judge.

The story was revealed three years ago when a teacher at the children's school filed a complaint to the police, after the children told her their father hits them. When the teacher confronted the judge with the accusations, he reportedly admitted to them and apologized.

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