Should the Israeli Innocence Project take up the case of Amiram Ben Uliel?

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  1. Lise Rosenthal says:

    And why was there sudden and emphatic pressure to find the murder of the Dawabshe family, as opposed to the usual lukewarm response to victims of Arab feuds?

  2. Shlomo K says:

    Of course, the Israeli Innocence Project should take up the case of Amiram Ben Uliel. There are too many unanswered questions and the confession was obtained through torture.

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