This is from Shimshon's grandmother, Marilyn Cytryn. PLEASE show up in great numbers - the judges are influenced positively by the amount of support they see in the courtroom for the defendant. I know from personal experience, having witnessed this during Daniel Pinner's trial.

Dear Friends,

The last and most important trial in the case of Shimshon Cytryn will take place this Sunday, December 24th at 1:00PM sharp in the Beersheva Courthouse (Beit Mishpat HaMachozi).

Following the trial, the 3 judges will determine the fate of this young man who was jailed two weeks after his 18th birthday, being accused of "attempted murder" for partaking in a confrontation between Arabs and Jews.

The judges often take into consideration the number of concerned people that show up at the courthouse when they make their decision and therefore your presence in support of Shimshon is greatly needed.

Please help us to ease the pain of this young man and his family who have experienced this torment for 1 1/2 years.

Many Thanks,
Marilyn Cytryn

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