121 DAYS: Gag Order On Moishe Kleinerman Case Is Extended

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The gag order on the investigation into the disappearance of Moishe Kleinerman, now missing for 121 days, was extended by the Jerusalem Magistrate’s Court on Monday.

According to Israel Police, which requested the extension, the purpose of the gag order is to prevent the disruption of the investigation.

“The gag order prohibits the publication of any detail of the investigation and any detail that may identify the suspects,” the police stated on Monday.

According to a Kikar H’Shabbat report, although searches for Moishe are continuing, there is still no clue of his whereabouts. However, since the police receive new information on his possible whereabouts on a continual basis and examine them, it believes a gag order on the case is necessary.

The public is asked to continue davening for Avraham Moshe ben Gittel.

(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)

3 COMMENTS

  1. Both of you should be ashamed of yourselves. @Buggy a gag order most definitely helps as whoever is in the case and trying to hide him if he’s alive won’t know what the progress is and they can continue to try and find him and get him back. @NOT SO commonsaychel are you serious could be the parents aren’t as responsible but that’s a way to blame and not care that a Jewish boy is lost!!???!??? Are you serious and this is besides the fact that he was in yeshiva away from home and he only calls Fridays. How and why should the parents assume otherwise then a regular week other that he went on a trip that he’s gone and lost???

    Regardless both of you should be ashamed of writing such a comment on such a sad case. The parents can’t sleep at night it’s been 100 days plus. So sad. Iyh they should find him soon in a healthy and well state and alive!