Roman Zadorov, a Ukranian citizen, a workman, who does not speak Hebrew, was twice convicted by the Israeli courts in the gruesome murder of 14 yo girl, Tair Rada. Criminal law professor Mota Kremintzer wrote: “Conduct of the State Prosecution is scary”. Criminal law professor Boaz Sangero wrote: “Conviction with no real evidence”. Tens of thousands of laymen have joined groups supporting justice for Roman Zadorov and calling for true investigation of the murder.
The Supreme Court maintains an IT system for public access, where decision records are displayed unsigned, “subject to editing and phrasing changes”. The Supreme Court holds only its paper record as valid, binding records, in contrast with the District and Magistrate Courts.
Inspection of the decision records in the paper court file of Zadorov v State of Israel, revealed a series of unsigned judicial records. Where two copies of a decision record were found in the paper court file, two copies are shown here.
Mr Danny Levy, Head of the Criminal Division in the Office of the Clerk confirmed that there were no paper decision records, beyond those shown here.
Page numbering excludes the cover pages.
Inspection of numerous paper court files of the Supreme Court has never revealed a case like this one.