Beersheba killing suspect reenacts stabbing of Vichman

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May 9, 2012 14:29




The main murder suspect in the slaying of father-of-two Gadi Vichman, who was stabbed after asking noisy youths outside his home to keep the noise down late at night, reenacted the incident before police on Wednesday.

The suspect, Eden Ohion, 22, of Beersheba, at first denied being at the scene, but later admitted that he had stabbed Vichman, claiming the act was carried out in self defense.

Donning a large black kippa, Ohion showed homicide detectives his version of events, as Vichman's weeping widow, Michal, sat overhead in her balcony surrounded by family.

Ohion changed his story after other suspects who were with him began cooperating with police.



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