Tuesday, 14 June 2016

Jewish justice, just 30 days in jail for Israeli sniper who boasted he had killed 13 Gaza kids in one day

Source: Anon HQ

In 2014, an Instagram post of David D. Ovadia, an Israel Defence Forces (IDF) combat soldier bragged about killing 13 Palestinian children in one day, sparking outrage on social media. Posing with a Barrett .50 caliber sniper rifle, Ovadia tagged a Palestinian woman Sherrii ElKaderi, and wrote:
“I killed 13 childrens today and ur next f***ing muslims go to hell bitches.”
Ovadia’s initial plea was that his account had been hacked after Counter Current Newsreported that the post and account were deleted by an Anonymous group of online hackers, who later shut down the websites of the Mossad Intelligence Agency and the Israeli Ministry of Defense “for the brave IDF Sniper.”
Users who believed him speculated that pro-Palestine hackers had created a fake account, photoshopped his picture with his rifle, posted it with that awful caption, closed the account and claimed to have hacked it.
But it turned out the profile was real, and that the soldier did indeed post the intimidating message; even though the post was a real post, its content was not:
Fact No. 1 – Ovadia posted the photo and bragged about murdering children.
Fact No. 2 – He deleted the account after Netizens accused him of committing war crimes.
Fact No. 3 – Social media backlash prompted him to claim that unknown users faked his Twitter and Facebook account, uploaded a photo of him lying on the ground with the sub-machine gun, and wrote the caption.
Fact No. 4 – After commanders suspected that his post was not a forgery and questioned him at length, Ovadia broke down and admitted to having made up the storyto appear to be involved in the hostilities in Gaza and using the claim to harass and terrorize Palestinians on social media.
Fact No. 5 – The IDF sentenced him to 30 days in prison for lying and damaging their reputation.
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