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05.06.2016

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Abuse victims of former Melbourne principal angry Israeli court rules against extradition MP3

Alleged victims of a former principal at a Melbourne Jewish school are devastated by an Israeli court's decision not to extradite her. Malka Leifer is wanted by Victoria Police on 74 counts of sexual abuse, allegedly involving girls at the Adass Israel School in Melbourne. A judge in Jerusalem has ruled she's mentally unfit to be extradited. Source: abc.net.au

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