Woman gets 5 months’ community service for attacking hospital guards, police

The Tel Aviv District Court on Sunday sentenced a lady to 5 months of community service for a number of circumstances of assault towards hospital safety guards, police officers and a taxi driver.

Elia Kadosh, a 19-year-old mannequin, accepted a plea discount that can even require her to pay NIS 20,000 (roughly $5,500) to the victims. She was additionally sentenced to seven months of probation and a year-long supervisory order.

The decide famous that “violence against medical staff and security guards has become widespread and it is incumbent on the court to protect medical staff.”

He additionally mentioned, nevertheless, that there have been extenuating circumstances to be taken into consideration: the mannequin suffers from Susac’s syndrome, which might have an effect on imaginative and prescient and listening to and trigger extreme complications. Kadosh receives incapacity funds as a results of the sickness, and was not drafted into the IDF for well being causes.

The decide additionally famous that Kadosh’s mom has most cancers, her father is a drug addict and Kadosh herself has had run-ins with the regulation since 2013, with a juvenile conviction for assault and battery inflicting bodily hurt.

Screen seize from video of a group of males confronting safety guards within the ER unit of Ichilov Hospital, Tel Aviv, September 27, 2017. (YouTube/Famzn News)

Kadosh and her boyfriend, crime boss David Amoyal, 35, have been convicted together with 4 of their mates of inflicting severe harm as a group and group assault inflicting bodily hurt. The 4 others who participated within the assault are Ruslan Misayev, 28, Mor Biton, 21, Hanan Alfasi, 49, and Avraham Yosephov, 28.

Amoyal was in January sentenced to 25 months in jail for his involvement within the assault; Yosephov was sentenced to 22 months behind bars; Alfasi will serve 19 months; and Misayev and Biton have been sentenced to 17 months every.

The cost sheet described the preliminary incident, which was captured in its entirety on safety cameras. It mentioned Kadosh got here to the hospital’s emergency middle on September 28, 2017, accompanied by Misayev, a pal of Amoyal. At some level, Kadosh started to swear and scream on the medical crew, complaining that she was not receiving enough therapy.

One of the safety guards observed her attempting to seize the phone from the pinnacle nurse and tried to maneuver her away from the counter, in accordance with the cost sheet.

She then threatened the medical crew and the guards and mentioned, “Wait and see what’ll happen to you when my husband arrives.”

Misayev then left and contacted Amoyal.

Arriving on the hospital with Biton, Alfasi and Yosephov, Amoyal noticed one of many guards on the entrance, and shouted to him, “I am your Satan, just wait, not in front of the cameras, I’ll catch you outside,” the prosecution mentioned, quoting the video footage.

The 5 then went into the emergency room and started attacking 4 guards, considered one of whom hit his head on the ground and needed to be taken to the trauma unit.

The attackers then fled again to their automobile with three guards in pursuit. When one of many guards tried to cease Yosephov from entering into the automobile, Amoyal and the 4 different males pinned him to the wall and attacked him “without mercy,” beating him within the face, head and throughout his physique, in accordance with the allegations.

One of the guards wanted stitches to his head and had one tooth damaged and one other broken, requiring prolonged dental therapy.

Another guard suffered cuts to his head and higher lip, the court docket heard, whereas the third sustained bruising and swelling in his head, nostril and shoulder.

Screenshot from CCTV footage of safety guards being assaulted at Ichilov Hospital, in Tel Aviv, September 2017

When police arrived, Kadosh allegedly tried to get away from the unit and when advised to sit down down, punched a policewoman within the face twice and spat at her.

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