Jerusalem Police Fall Flat in 'Price Tag' Cases


Jerusalem police said Sunday that they had investigated 56 complaints of “price tag” actions – but were able to follow through and make arrests in only 12 of them.

The low resolution rate for cases, said observers, said that either police were ineffective in investigating these kinds of cases, or that many of the alleged “price tag” attacks were something else altogether – a good example being a “price tag” case in Samaria that recently turned out to be an instance of internal fighting in an Arab village.

Police said that they were opening a new department to deal with the attacks, to which ten officers would be specifically assigned.


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