VIDEO - A reenactment of fugitive rapist Benny Sela’s escape was staged Thursday at the Tel Aviv District Court. The reenactment of Sela's escape from a Tel Aviv courthouse took place before members of the investigation committee set up by Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter, in order to look into the circumstances of Sela's escape. The committee's chairman, Major General Amos Yaron, called the event "a serious failure." Committee members arrived at the courthouse at 11 a.m. Thursday, where they met all those involved in Sela’s escape. They then viewed the reenactment of the serial rapist’s escape. During the reenactment which took place in the court’s detention yard, the officer acting as Sela managed to climb over the gate while handcuffed in less than 30 seconds, which proved escape over the cement wall was easy even with handcuffs on. Climbed in less than half a minute (Photo: Avi Cohen) A prisoner who was in the yard with Sela at the time described the escape to police officers. The reenactment revealed that the prisoner was not cuffed in his hands or legs during Sela’s escape, contrary to the preliminary version of the story. Officer duped According to the reenactment, Sela and the other prisoner arrived at the courthouse by a detainees' truck. They were lead out of the truck, at which time Sela was handcuffed, and then both were lead into the courthouse. Sela said he had forgotten his binder in the truck and was escorted by one of the officers one the scene, Haim Tiran, back to the truck. Sela followed behind Tiran, who entered the truck on his own to retrieve the binder. When Tiran got out of the vehicle, the other prisoner informed him that Sela had escaped. The officers involved arrived with their attorneys, although the investigation was not a cautionary one. In the meantime, the search for Sela continued for the seventh day in a row. Police officers, mounted police, dog handlers, and a helicopter attempted to locate the man matching Sela’s description who was seen in the Safed area according to six different people.