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12-07-22 Moshe Silman v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch et al (1752-08 and and 13491/2008 ) in the Tel Aviv District Court – electronic Public Records - local public access terminal

12-07-22 Moshe Silman v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch et al (1752-08 and and 13491/2008 ) in the Tel Aviv District Court – electronic Public Records - local public access terminal

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Time Line of Events: Moshe Silman - self-immolated, Israeli social protest activist - and the justice system of the State of Israel

In November 2009, Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner, formerly a Peace Court Judge, assumed a double-hat appointment in the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court: Registrar and De Facto District Judge. Shortly afterwards, he started appearing in cases related to the late Moshe Silman.
Following is the Time Line of Events of July 2008 to January 2010 in the cases, related to Silman, based on records discovered so far:
The key finding is that the Appeal of Brenner's November 19, 2009 Decision in the hat of Registrar was eventually reviewed and denied on January 31, 2010 by Brenner in the hat of De Facto District Judge.
Additionally alarming is the appearance, that the data in the remote terminals were edited in effort to convey the impression that Brenner was unaware of the related proceedings in the Supreme Court, which clarified the nature of his double-hat appointment. The data in the local terminals provide evidence to the contrary.
Various irregularities and discrepancies between data from the remote and the local terminals remain inexplicable. The data accessed so far in both systems is partial at best, and the full records in this case are yet to be discovered. Two requests to Inspect and to Copy are pending before Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner, one in his hat of Registrar, and the other in his hat of De Facto District Judge.
The case of the late Moshe Silman shows how a Person is required to protect his rights in the courts of the State of Israel today against the State of Israel, which took his property and source of livelihood. Conditions, which have been established in the courts of the State of Israel, following the implementation of new electronic Public Records over the past decade, amount to serious violation of the Human Right "to a fair and public hearing."
Time Line of Events: Moshe Silman - self-immolated, Israeli social protest activist - and the justice system of the State of Israel

In November 2009, Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner, formerly a Peace Court Judge, assumed a double-hat appointment in the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court: Registrar and De Facto District Judge. Shortly afterwards, he started appearing in cases related to the late Moshe Silman.
Following is the Time Line of Events of July 2008 to January 2010 in the cases, related to Silman, based on records discovered so far:
The key finding is that the Appeal of Brenner's November 19, 2009 Decision in the hat of Registrar was eventually reviewed and denied on January 31, 2010 by Brenner in the hat of De Facto District Judge.
Additionally alarming is the appearance, that the data in the remote terminals were edited in effort to convey the impression that Brenner was unaware of the related proceedings in the Supreme Court, which clarified the nature of his double-hat appointment. The data in the local terminals provide evidence to the contrary.
Various irregularities and discrepancies between data from the remote and the local terminals remain inexplicable. The data accessed so far in both systems is partial at best, and the full records in this case are yet to be discovered. Two requests to Inspect and to Copy are pending before Magistrate Judge Hagai Brenner, one in his hat of Registrar, and the other in his hat of De Facto District Judge.
The case of the late Moshe Silman shows how a Person is required to protect his rights in the courts of the State of Israel today against the State of Israel, which took his property and source of livelihood. Conditions, which have been established in the courts of the State of Israel, following the implementation of new electronic Public Records over the past decade, amount to serious violation of the Human Right "to a fair and public hearing."

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Published by: SELA - Human Rights Alert - Israel on Jul 25, 2012
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Human Rights Alert (NGO)
Joseph Zernik, PhD
 
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PO Box 31440, Jerusalem jz12345@earthlink.net
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12-07-22
Moshe Silman et al v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch et al 
(1752-08 and 13491/2008 ) inthe Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court – electronic Public Records - local public access terminal
The records were accessed in the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court. Court staff claimed that the public may view the records, but is strictly prohibited from printing them out (unless a party or counsel in the case). The records were copied by hand. The Decision records were printed on location, before learning of the purported restriction on copying inspected court records.The records, discovered in the local terminal are materially different from the records, discovered in the remote terminal.
Attached:
# Record Page #1
Calendar Of Proceedings 2
2
Decisions In The File 3
3
Judgments 4
4
Related Files 4
Decisions1
January 25, 2010, Hagai Brenner 5
2
November 19, 2009, Hagai Brenner 3
3
November 19, 2009, Hagai Brenner 4
4
October 28, 2008, Eitan Orenstein 4
5
July 31, 2008, Eitan Orenstein 4
6
July 10, 2008 Eitan Orenstein 4
LINKS:
[1] 12-07-14 Moshe Silman sets himself on fire in a Tel Aviv social protest, leaves a letter http://www.scribd.com/doc/100289353/ [2] 12-07-25 PRESS RELEASE: Time Line of Events: Moshe Silman - self-immolated, Israeli social protest activist- and the justice system of the State of Israelhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/101008706/ [3] 12-07-17 Moshe Silman v B ituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Barnch et al (1752-08 and and 13491/2008 ) in the Tel Aviv District Court – electronic Public Records - remote terminal shttp://www.scribd.com/doc/100289786/ [4] 12-07-22 Moshe Silman et al v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch et al (1752-08 and 13491/2008 ) in the Tel AvivDistrict Court – electronic Public Records - local public access terminalhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/101008300/ [5] 12-07-24 Moshe Silman v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch, Legal Department (6909-01-10) – Appeal of Magistrate Judge Decision in the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court – electronic Public Records - remote location shttp://www.scribd.com/doc/100914994/ [6] 12-07-22 Moshe Silman v Bituach Leumi-Tel-Aviv Branch, Legal Department (6909-01-10) -Appeal of Magistrate Judge Decision in the Tel-Aviv-Jaffa District Court - electronic Public Records - local terminalhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/101008615/ [7] 12-07-24 Moshe Silman v Bituach Leumi Institute (10435/09) - Request for Leave to Appeal - in the SupremeCourt of the State of Israel – electronic Public Records - remote terminalhttp://www.scribd.com/doc/100937934/ 
Digitally signedby Joseph Zernik DN: cn=Joseph
 
Zernik, o, ou,email=jz12345@earthlink.net, c=USDate: 2012.07.2700:32:36 +03'00'
 
 
1. CALENDAR OF PROCEEDINGSAll Proceedings
 Date Start Finish Type Request OriginalComplaintStatus Reason for CaReason for ContProtocol ResponsibleAuthority
Nov 19, 2009 10:10 11:00 Hearing on Request Request - Did not take place - - - Hagai Brenner Nov 19, 2009 10:10 11:00 Hearing on Request Request - Cancelled Unknown - - Eitan OrensteinNov 19, 2009 10:10 11:00 Hearing on Request Request - Cancelled Unknown - - Shmuel Baruch- -
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19/11/2009
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19/11/2009
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19/11/2009
 
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2. DECISIONS IN THE FILE
 Title of Decision Date of Decision Signing Authority Decision Revoked
January 25, 2010 Decision by Hagai Brenner January 25, 2010 Hagai Brenner NoDirective to Counsel to provide a Reply on BituachLeumi’s Response.November 19, 2009 Hagai Brenner NoNovember 19, 2009 Decision November 19, 2009 Hagai Brenner NoOctober 28, 2008 Decision October 28, 2008 Eitan Orenstein NoJuly 31, 2008 Decision July 31, 2008 Eitan Orenstein NoJuly 10, 2008 Decision July 10, 2008 Eitan Orenstein No25/01/2010
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19/11/200919/11/200919/11/2009
 
28/10/200928/10/200931/07/200831/07/2008
 
10/07/200810/07/2008
 

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