Source Title: 7 years! Australia successfully extradited “sex demon teachers” who fled back to Israel
An Israeli woman who was suspected of repeatedly sexually assaulting female students while teaching in Australia many years ago fled to Israel after the incident. Now she’s finally extradited to Australia, charged with 74 charges.
According to the Sydney Morning Herald, a 52 year old Israeli citizen was charged with rape and sexual assault between 2001 and 2008. He moved to Australia in 2001 and worked as a teacher at a Jewish girls’ school in Melbourne before becoming a principal. The report of three sisters in Melbourne revealed the evil deeds of leffer. They all studied in the middle school taught by leffer. The victims were not only three of them, but also teenage girls. In 2008, before the Australian authorities took legal action, river absconded home with the help of the school.
The Israeli Times reported that, with the intervention of the International Criminal Police Organization, lefer was arrested in Israel in 2014, and Australia has been seeking to extradite lefer since then, but lefer denied the charges, claiming that he had mental illness and could not appear in court for trial;. The defendant could not attend the extradition hearing, so the extradition could not be carried out. However, through private surveillance of her, the police found that she was “completely normal”;. Israel’s Supreme Court confirmed in September last year that lefer’s mental condition could be tried in court, and then agreed to the request of the Australian government to extradite lefer from Israel to Australia for trial. In December last year, it rejected lefer’s appeal against extradition, and the Israeli Justice Minister signed the extradition order.
Israeli authorities sent Lev from the women’s prison to bengurian airport in Tel Aviv in the early morning of the 25th. Scene photos show that, under the guidance of prison staff, lefer wearing a mask and handcuffs and shackles walked up the aircraft ramp. The flight will transit in Frankfurt and arrive in Melbourne. The New York Times said on the 25th that the seven-year extradition process and legal disputes have tested the relationship between Israel and Australia. It is understood that Israel and European countries, as well as nine countries including the United States and Australia, have extradition treaties, which generally extradite people with serious crimes.