JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel’s Supreme Courtroom has upheld an attraction in opposition to releasing a former educator accused of sexually abusing her college students in Australia to accommodate arrest whereas she fights extradition proceedings.
Australia needs Malka Leifer extradited to face 74 costs of abusing college students whereas she was principal at a Jewish non secular college in Melbourne. Prosecutors say she is feigning psychological sickness to dodge extradition.
On Thursday, Israel’s Supreme Courtroom overturned a Jerusalem court docket’s determination final week to grant Leifer launch to accommodate arrest “to be able to give sufficient response to issues that the accused will flee or hinder justice.”
Kol V’Oz, an Israeli advocacy group that fights youngster sexual abuse, referred to as the court docket’s ruling “completely the appropriate determination.”