When, in the course of my being cross-examined in court on August 3, 2017, for the high crime and unforgivable misdemeanor of insulting a Social Worker, a crime for which the State of Israel is convinced one should serve time in jail (Wait until you see what that “crime” actually entails. You’ll get a bang out of reading it if you either enjoy sick humor or are outraged by Human Rights abuses) ; I was describing the process of Children being taken in the night by Social Workers with Police Officers in force, I said that that is, in itself, more than enough of a trauma for Children to undergo; without having to suffer the pain of additional cruelty on the part of some Social Workers for their personal dubious pleasure.
I said trauma. The court heard drama.
Is the level of empathy of the court eminently clear?