Parents of children who were reportedly abused by their kindergarten caretaker, Emilia Ostrovsky, were enraged when the court released her, reported The Jerusalem Post’s sister paper, Maariv on Wednesday. Ostrovsky was sentenced to house arrest, after she was convicted of abusing two-year-old children.
The parents will be protesting starting from 5 p.m. on Wednesday in front of the Petah Tikva house Ostrovsky is staying as an alternative to detention.
“We are shocked by the helplessness of the State Attorney’s Office and the fact that the parents were not informed in advance of the progression of the hearing,” one of the parents, Maxim Belnitsky, said, expressing his frustration at the situation.
Maxim was shocked that the caregiver, “a very dangerous woman,” was released by the court after she abused children.
He, like the other parents, felt extremely helpless in the situation and furious that the state did not help them protect their children from such abuse.
“The parents will burn the state until the system returns to fulfill its role in protecting the children of Israel, because they are currently being abandoned by the State Attorney’s Office and the Police,” Belnitsky declared.
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