Channel 20 this evening will broadcast quotes from conversations between Yigal Amir and his associates on the program of Yinon Magal and Shimon Riklin.
The man convicted of killing Prime Minister Yitzchak Rabin says in conversation that he does not regret the murder and that if he would express regret he would enjoy eased prison conditions:”They offered me: ‘Express remorse and you’ll get (privileges.)”
Amir also refers to the issue of incitement: “It would have been the easiest thing for me to say: ‘So-and-so incited me,’ or, ‘Person X sent me,’ but I didn’t consult anyone, not with rabbis, policemen, or Avishai Raviv. Raviv was my subordinate, a problematic personality, not a person who could influence anyone. The whole story that the Shin Bet influenced me is nonsense.”
Read more at Arutz Sheva.