After being found fit to stand trial, Jack Teitel (Tytell) was convicted of the murder of two Arabs and several other assault charges. He received two life sentences plus 30 years. In addition, Teitel will need to pay compensation to the victims and their families.
Perhaps the most publicized of the attacks perpetrated by Teitel was the placing of a "Purim package" bomb at the home of Christian missionary David Ortiz in March 2008, which seriously wounded his son, Ami Ortiz.
JewishIsrael addressed the severe reactions coming from the evangelical community in a number of reports, where we were critical of certain parties taking advantage of a court-ordered media black-out on the investigation.