Breaking the Silence sends its operatives to military service units from which they want to receive testimony and information. According to Prima Bobis's (‘Murphy’) personal testimony, this is true.
During a Breaking the Silence activity in Susiya on July 24, 2015, Murphy said she knew the organization before her recruitment. Michael Mankin, the organization's founder, and CEO from 2006 to 2011, told her to serve in the Civil Administration so that she would be able to give evidence after her army service.
Indeed, Murphy served in the Civil Administration in the Nablus area and gave testimony that appeared on the organization's website. Apparently, this testimony was deleted from the site after the organization received information about suspicions against its and acted to conceal the evidence about Murphy's activities.
After completing her service, Murphy began to be an active member of ‘Breaking the Silence’. She was often present at the organization's offices and in its various activities. On December 30, 2015, Murphy was sent to be interviewed on ‘Galei Tzahal’ (Army radio station). She recounted events that she had been exposed to in her military service in the Nablus area.