The Local Affairs Court in Netanya canceled on Thursday an administrative closing order that was issued by the police against a kiosk belonging to Shushan Baraby, suspected in the recent hit-and-run death of three women in Netanya.
Baraby’s lawyer, attorney Ilan Bombach, welcomed the decision and told Arutz Sheva that even if Baraby has committed a crime, there is no connection between that and his business.
“Most of the businesses in Israel operate without a license, there are bureaucratic problems which the authorities know about,” said Bombach. “No one is ever indicted for this. The police issued executive orders and closed down two businesses without any warning. This business has been operating for seven years. You don’t close a business with an administrative closing order unless it constitutes a danger to public safety.”