Attorney General says ‘no incitement’ in Rabin assassination

Wednesday, August 10, 2005 | 
Attorney General Menachem Mazuz said there was no indication of incitement in the assassination of former Prime Minister Yizhak Rabin. Mazuz warned that in using excessive laws against incitement you limited freedom of speech. His statements caused debate and outrage in the Knesset this morning. Peace Now activists, from the political left, said Mazuz is only setting himself up for the next political assassination.

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