Meshi-Zahav suicide note: ‘I’m sorry. I have already received my punishment’

The Kan public broadcaster reports the contents of a suicide note found at the scene of the attempted suicide of disgraced Zaka founder Yehuda Meshi-Zahav.

“I’m sorry. I have already received my punishment. Try to remember the good I did. Always try to remember what I forgot: ‘There is an eye that sees and an ear that hears, and all your deeds are written down,'” he wrote, paraphrasing the Ethics of the Fathers, according to a photo of the note provided by Kan.

“I have always loved, and am very ashamed. Yehuda,” he signed the letter.

The suicide attempt took place less than two months after bombshell reports revealed numerous allegations of rape and sexual assault against Meshi-Zahav.

Meshi-Zahav is currently in critical condition in Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek hospital.

Two sons of Meshi-Zahav claim that the note was faked, Channel 12 reports, adding that they plan to file a police complaint over the publication of the letter.

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