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Ruling upholds Lod District Court's ruling on September 29 which had overturned the Parole Board’s earlier to grant Pinto the early release.
The board had delayed its order so that the state prosecution could appeal to the Lod District Court.
The Parole Board had delayed its order for seven days in case the state prosecution, which had opposed the request, undertook an appeal.
“We are certain that all of the vicious rumors swirling around us will not harm a hair on our head, and we will emerge from this stronger and more empowered,” Pinto wrote.
By ARIEL ZILBER (JPOST.COM STAFF),YONAH JEREMY BOB
The Arbiv/Pinto case is by no means unique. It's merely the most high-profile instance where the prosecution seemed to seek a shortcut to avoid a showdown in court.
By JPost Editorial
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