The quip was referencing the charges facing Berland, as he has been accused of giving mint Mentos as a curative blessing to terminally ill patients who paid him.
‘Give him a mentos’ quips judge to defense attorney for Berland, who is accused of giving fake medicine he blessed, including mentos candies, to the sick in return for payment.
After the arrest, Nurit Ben Moshe was interviewed by Army Radio: "I hope he will pay for his actions. I knew I was dealing with the underworld, I hope my daughter will be the last victim.
Six senior community official were arrested in December, in an alleged scheme by Berland and his associates in which he offered to bless terminally ill patients in exchange for large sums of money.