The Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Sunday evening ordered the police to release right-wing activist Noam Federman from custody, without preliminary terms.
Federman was arrested on Sunday morning under the suspicion of attacking policemen who were evicting an illegal outpost where his family resides.
However, during the court sitting, several policemen testified that Federman was hand-cuffed at the time when he allegedly assaulted and injured their colleagues.
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