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Senior Cops to Be Fired over Abduction

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 Itongadol.- Colonel Moti Shushan, the Judea and Israel Police\’s Samaria DistrictOperations Department Commander, will be fired as a result of the police\’s mishandling of a call from the abducted yeshiva boys that was mistakenly classified as a prank call, Walla News reported Monday. Also to be fired are the policeman who was in charge of the shift at the police\’s \’100\’ hotline and the senior policewoman who received the information about the call and classified it as a prank.

 
The dismissals were decided upon by a committee appointed by Police Commissioner Lt. Gen. Yohanan Danino to look into the police\’s initial handling of the abduction. The committee handed in its conclusions Monday and Danino accepted them.
 
The young policeman who answered the call will not be punished, after thecommittee found that he did his job as was expected of him and did not fail.
 
The committee determined that in case of doubt about the veracity of a call, it must be treated as a real call until proven otherwise. Among the operations that the hotline staff must perform in case of an emergency call are a check of the ownership of the telephone that the call was made from, and location of the phone via satellite.
 
The initial call made by one of the abducted boys came in to the police\’s 100 hotline at around 10:25 p.m. on the night of the abduction. He whispered "I\’ve been kidnapped, I\’ve been kidnapped.” The young policeman – who is serving in the police as his military service – passed on the information to the veteran policewoman, who decided to disregard it. As a result, valuable time was lost. It was not until 4:00 a.m. that the IDF was notified of the abduction. 
 

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