Student stabbed during Gay Pride Parade criticizes cops

A law school student stabbed at Jerusalem’s annual gay pride parade last month said on Tuesday that police were negligent in handling the case.

Yarden Noy, 26, who is entering his final semester at the Hebrew University, was stabbed in the back by Yishai Schlissel. He sustained a puncture wound through his ribs and lung, which necessitated a five-day hospital stay at the capital’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center.

Officers handling his case made numerous missteps, arousing fears that Schlissel will not be properly prosecuted, Noy said in a phone interview.


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