Activist admits to putting stickers on Supreme Court Justice's mailbox

Southern Tel Aviv activist Shafi Paz says she put stickers accusing Supreme Court of making Jewish blood cheap on judge's mailbox.

Arutz Sheva Staff ,

Shafi Paz
Shafi Paz
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Shafi Paz, an activist from southern Tel Aviv, admitted to being the one who posted stickers saying "Jewish blood is cheap: the Supreme Court," on the mailbox of Supreme Court Justice Fogelman.

"It took me a while to find his address. Otherwise I would have done it long ago," said Paz.

Paz told Arutz Sheva: "I stuck the stickers as part of my ongoing fight against the Supreme Court. It wasn't a threat, I just came to tell him what I thought. It's like what I do once a week in front of Esther Hayut's house, like we did several times in front of [former Chief Justice] Aharon Barak's house, and as we will do at the home of every judge who harms us and whose address I find. It's just a protest. We do have the freedom to protest. I'm sorry, Fogelman, if I dirtied the mailbox a little bit."

Justice Fogelman filed a police complaint Monday morning after stickers were found on his mailbox which he said were threatening. The complaint was filed one day after fellow Supreme Court Justice Anat Baron filed a complaint over a threatening letter she had received.

Channel 13 News reported Sunday night that Justice Baron had received a second letter in the evening threatening her life after she had filed the police complaint over the first letter.

The Lahav 433 unit is investigating the cases, and police are investigating whether there is a connection between the threatening letters Baron received and the stickers which were placed on Fogelman's mailbox.

Fogelman and Baron were the justices who recently cancelled the order to destroy the home of one of the terrorists who murdered Dvir Sorek.