Chareidi protestors once again took to the streets of Meah Shearim on Tuesday Chol Hamoed Pesach to protest against an autopsy of a Chareidi infant who died in an accident in an Ashdod hotel, after the Ashkelon Court ruled in favor of the autopsy.
A gag order has been placed on the investigation of the death of a one-month-old chareidi, Gavriel z”l, who died after falling from his mother’s arms into a jacuzzi. The gag order is valid until the end of April.
According to information that may be released, the infant ingested a quantity of water according to the parents, and when EMS arrived the child was in cardiac arrest.
It has also been established that CPR and resuscitation were performed but the child was pronounced dead hen it became clear he was no longer responding to resuscitation efforts.
In addition to the child who died R”L, the couple has a seven-year-old son. The mother remains in custody and the father and others were questioned in the case.
(YWN Israel Desk – Jerusalem)