Sides argue over Kamm sentencing behind closed doors

By RON FRIEDMAN
June 16, 2011 09:57

 
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The pleas for sentencing hearing in the anat Kamm case began today behind closed doors at the Tel Aviv District Court.

Due to the nature of some of the evidence, which concerns secret documents dealing with matters of state security, the media the public and Kamm's own family members were asked to exit the courtroom, the only people remaining being the parties themselves and the courthouse staff.

The judges also had to have a special closed circuit computer system installed so they could access the case material without fear of a security breach.

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