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December 01, 1995 - Image 36

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1995-12-01

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Buenos Aires (JTA) — The Is-
raeli ambassador and the lead-
ership of the Jewish community
here sharply criticized the Ar-
gentine Supreme Court's refusal
to accept the resignation of Jus-
tice Ricardo Levene from the in-
vestigation of the March 1992
bombing of the Israeli Embassy
in Buenos Aires.
In early November, Judge
Levene offered to step down from
the case after Israeli Ambassador
Itzhak Aviran and Ruben Bera-
ja, the president of the Jewish
umbrella organization DAIA,
asked him to dismiss himself be-
cause of what they called the lack
of any progress in the investiga-
tion.
Mr. Beraja at the time labeled
the investigation "fossilized" and
pointed at the "total lack of re-
sults," saying that there were "no
arrests, no evidence gathered" in
the attack that left 29 dead.
The Supreme Court refused to
remove Judge Levene from the
case, calling his investigation
"impeccable" and "within due
process."
Court members privately said
they did not want to appear as
having been "manipulated" by
local and foreign pressures.
Under Argentine law, the
Supreme Court investigates all
cases involving foreign diplomats
and embassies.
In a statement, Mr. Aviran
said the court's decision "means
in fact that Argentina is not go-
ing to investigate the case any
more."
Alberto Crupnicoff, president
of the Jewish communal organi-
zation AMIA, called the court's
decision "irresponsible," adding
that "it is one more item added
to the long list of unpunished
abuse in this country."
Only one person, Carlos Tel-
leldin, has been charged in con-
nection with the 1994 bombing,
which left 87 dead and at least
300 wounded. He was accused of
selling the van used in the at-
tack.

Founder's Wife
Is Sentenced

Jerusalem (JTA) — Miriam
Levinger, wife of Hebron settle-
ment founder Rabbi Moshe
Levinger, was sentenced to 10
days in prison for contempt of
court.
During a hearing in the
Jerusalem Magistrates Court
Miriam Levinger denounced the
government and police, and re-
fused to stand before the judge.
She has repeatedly refused to
appear in court for hearings on
allegations that she struck a po-

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