- Tel Aviv judge releases rape suspect to house arrest (01/26/2005)
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Case of Dan Nadger
Case of Dan Nadger
Cook - Gan City Wedding Hall, Rehovot, Israel
Tel Aviv District Court Judge Noga Ohad eleased a rape suspect to house arrest, saying that he and the victim of the alleged attack were "jointly responsible for what occurred."
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Tel Aviv judge releases rape suspect to house arrest
By Zvi Harel, Haaretz Correspondent
Haaretz - January 26, 2005 Shvat 16, 5765
Tel Aviv District Court Judge Noga Ohad on Wednesday released a rape suspect to house arrest, saying that he and the victim of the alleged attack were "jointly responsible for what occurred."
Dan Nadger, a cook at the Gan City wedding hall in Rehovot, was released from police remand until his trial after the judge heard some of the evidence that the prosecution will present in a case alleging Nadger raped a coworker at the hall last November.
The judge noted that the woman's allegations were contradictory and not credible and that the suspect - who said he was too drunk to know what happened and was overheard by police wiretaps telephoning calling the woman to apologize - did not behave as one would expect of a rape suspect.
The judge said she did not understand why the woman, who knew her coworker was drunk, got in his car, and why, if she did not want to have sexual relations with the man she did not escape from the car when the suspect parked it behind a gas station, nor ask him to stop.
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