The court has decided to punish the man who verbally attacked the chief rabbi of Estonia, Shmuel Kot, on March 16 with eight days of detention, Estonia’s newspaper Postimees reported.
The court on March 19 imposed on the man an eight-day detention as punishment for committing a breach of public order and consumption of narcotic drugs or psychotropic substances.
Kaido Saarniit, head of the police station for Central Tallinn of the North Prefecture of the Police and Border Guard Board, said that the proceedings were initiated based on the article of...
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