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Bombach was the lawyer for Anat Kam, the journalist who is currently in jail for participating in the publication of classified army documents. "This abuse of the diplomatic immunity granted to Members of Knesset is serious and very problematic,"
He stated, "Kam was not motivated by a desire to harm state security...She wanted the Haaretz journalist to review the documents involving the conduct of IDF soldiers... but she is certainly is not an enemy of Israel." Kam was given 4.5 years years
Gil Yohanan Court grants appeal of woman convicted of leaking secret IDF docs, reduces her sentence by one year Aviel Magnezi The Supreme Court on Monday decided to reduce the sentence of a former IDF soldier who brought about the army's biggest leak
Kam's attorneys say her 4.5 year jail sentence is unduly harsh. Uri Blau was sentenced to just four months of community service under a plea bargain. Blau was abroad when Kam was arrested and had refused to return to Israel without guarantees that
S Former IDF soldier Anat Kam, who was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison for illegally possessing classified IDF materials and passing them on to a reporter without authorization, filed an appeal with an Administrative Court against the Israel Prison
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It will now be eligible for first reading. The proposal aims to add to the Penal Law, a clause for possession and disclosure of secret information with no intent to harm state security. This will carry a punishment of up to 10 years in prison. (
Last week, the Supreme Court rejected Kam's request to delay the beginning of her sentence.
On Sunday, the Tel Aviv District Court sentenced Anat Kamm to four-a-half years in prison for illegally copying and passing on classified information. The sentence is reasonable not only because it sends a message to those who would engage in such
Israel has just sentencing of former soldiers sentenced to four years and six months in prison for leaking confidential documents to be considered journalists. The document is then published that contain information for the Israeli army's policy