Tag Archives: justice

Column: Insane Ruling On Jewish Woman’s Murder: Maybe The French Court Is On Drugs

To paraphrase our insanity defense standard, a suspect who cannot distinguish between right and wrong in killing his Jewish neighbor is not guilty of committing a crime. France’s version of our Supreme Court moved close to such a conclusion when it ruled that Kobili Traore cannot stand trial for killing a Jewish woman since his state of mind was influenced by consumption of cannabis.

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4 Questions for B’Tzedek Volunteer Stephanie Schneider

Bonai Shalom member Stephanie Schneider is getting ready to leave for a nine-month service learning project in Israel and India. BJN finds out more.

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