JERUSALEM (AP) — An American law highbrow was incarcerated by Israeli troops for allegedly perplexing to retard Israeli infantry in a West Bank encampment slated for demolition, his Israeli counsel pronounced Saturday.
Frank Romano, 66, is being hold at a jail in Jerusalem and is to seem before an Israeli troops justice Monday, pronounced profession Gaby Lasky. She pronounced she is perplexing to get a conference sooner, before a polite court.
Romano, who reportedly also has French citizenship, was incarcerated Friday in the embattled encampment of Khan al-Ahmar, along with two Palestinian activists. Romano stood in front of complicated apparatus being used to transparent barriers that had been set up to delayed demolition, witnesses said.
Israeli troops pronounced 3 people were incarcerated for causing disturbances.
Romano was primarily taken to a West Bank troops hire where he quickly met with activists from an Israeli-Palestinian group, Combatants for Peace. Nahoum Oltchik, a member of the group, pronounced Romano told him he had started a craving strike and would refrain from eating until Israel had halted skeleton to bomb Khan al-Ahmar, a community of 180 Palestinians.
Romano’s LinkedIn page says that he teaches law, literature, story and truth at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense in France, and that he practices law in the U.S. and France.