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Avraham Gil, the 19-year-old son of an Israeli diplomat accused of running from police and "intentionally" ramming a cop with his motorcycle, is not entitled to claim diplomatic immunity over his father's position, the State Department told Local 10 News on Thursday.
"The Department is aware of this incident," a State Department spokesperson said in a statement to Local 10 News. "We can confirm that, as the dependent of an Israeli consular officer, the concerned individual is not entitled to civil or criminal immunity."
Local 10 News reported yesterday that Gil not only allegedly "intentionally" rammed a police officer but also ran from police in another incident earlier this month and has a vanity license plate that says, "PLS CHASE" and "FEDS LOST."
Though the State Dept says Gil is not entitled to diplomatic immunity, he was allowed to claim immunity in court earlier this week and was swiftly released.
Are the feds and Florida officials going to let him flee the country for Israel?
Gil tried to portray himself as a victim in a statement through his attorney:
Attorney David Seltzer released a statement to Local 10 News Thursday afternoon:What are the odds he's going to make a run for it once again and skip town?
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