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December 7, 2021

Nati Meir tells Bucharest Court he will kill himself

Nati Meir, wearing a Kippah and a black waistcoat, swore on what he said was the Torah he would take his life in two weeks at the latest and told the female judge with the Bucharest Tribunal examining his case he was refusing food, according to Mediafax. Meir is charged with deceiving eight private individuals to whom he allegedly gave specimen money in exchange for certain services.

He said he would commit suicide so it would be for the last time a Jewish person and his family would go through what he had done in Romania. Meir also said he began refusing food and his son too agreed to take his life 24 hours after his father would kill himself. The former deputy cursed the head of state and the prosecutors, threatening that ‘nobody escapes a Jew’s curse’.

The Bucharest Tribunal yesterday adjourned the trial until June 2, when four witnesses are summoned to take the stand.

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