A previous school chief blamed for explicitly mishandling three sisters in Australia is intellectually fit to be removed from Israeli to deal with indictments, a Jerusalem Court administered Tuesday.
The decision in the Jerusalem District Court is a triumph for Australian police, who have been attempting to remove claimed sex wrongdoer Malka Leifer to confront preliminary on 74 tallies of sexual maltreatment and assault of minors since 2014.
Leifer, 54, was headmistress of the ultraorthodox Adass Israel School in Melbourne somewhere in the range of 2001 and 2008, when she came back to Israel, supposedly in the wake of learning the previous understudies were intending to document criminal grumblings against her.
Leifer has evaded removal by asserting she is unfit to stand preliminary since she experiences clinical misery and post-horrendous pressure issue. Be that as it may, in 2018 a private agent recorded her out shopping and obviously carrying on with a typical life.
Tuesday’s hearing in Jerusalem was the 67th in the removal case. It came four months after a board of mental specialists told Judge Chana Miriam Lomp that Leifer comprehended the charges against her and is fit for removal.
Her legal advisors said they will interest the Israeli Supreme Court.
Dassi Erlich, who alongside sisters Nicole Meyer and Elly Sapper brought the charges against Leifer, responded to the decision via web-based networking media.
“This oppressive lady has been abusing Israeli courts for a long time!” she composed on Twitter. “Purposefully making hindrances, unending vexatious contentions – just protracting our progressing injury! Such a large number of feelings to process!!! This is gigantic!”