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Ashkenazi personal items found in soldier's home     Yoav Zitun
1. 10 YEARS???!!! For stealing a credit card and a gun? REALLY?
Vlad   (12.09.12)
2. why is Ahkenazi allowed to leave a gun in his office?
I know we are talking about the Kiriya but ordinary soldiers get into alot of trouble if they leave their weapon unattended. Ashkenzi is allowed to leave a pistol just laying around his office when he is not there. I don't know how this guy got into the office but I imagine there are plenty of occasions where Ashkenazi has to go out the office and doesn't lock it and considering the haul this guy had at home he has probably been in there quite a few times because you don't walk out with all that in one go. Security is so lapse when it comes to officers. Somebody can be allowed to come into the Chief of Staffs office on multiple occasions and steal things, I have lost track of the amount of times officers have left laptops and confidential information on trains or in cars and they lose it. How is it Anat Kamm was able to steal thousands of classified documents? Time to start bringing serious charges against officers who lose things because they took them out the building or have things stolen because they left their offices unlocked. Today it was Ashkenazis pistol and trinkets what happens when the next person sneaks in and goes through his filing cabinets because they want to steal documents?
zionist forever   (12.09.12)
3. 1 Vlad. He did not steal big enough...
for a less serious sentence.
ORA ,   JERUSALEM   (12.09.12)
4. 10 years for stealing trinkets 4.5 years for stealing docume
This guy stole a pistol, some credit cards and trinkets, he gets 10 years and more might follow now this new little hoard has also been found. No malicious intent intended as far as we know. Anat Kamm stole thousands of classified documents for the purpose of passing them onto the press and she gets 4.5 years which she thinks is to harsh and I imagine she will probably eventually get parol.
zionist forever   (12.09.12)
5. Perhaps General Ashkenazi was his hero and the lad
went koo-koo-bears. Maybe he should be in a psyche ward instead of a prison.
Rivkah   (12.10.12)
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