10th suspect indicted in mob attack against Arab teen

October 10, 2012 14:24


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The Jerusalem District Attorney’s Office indicted a tenth suspect in the beating of 17-year-old Jamal Julani in downtown Jerusalem in the Jerusalem District Court on Wednesday. 

Indictments were brought in two Jerusalem courts last month against nine other suspects connected with the mob attack against the Arab teenager two months ago. The charges include aggravated assault and battery, racial incitement and inciting violence.

Nine of the suspects are minors, and two of those are girls. The only adult is 19-year-old Shimon Siman-Tov, a Jerusalem resident. The latest suspect is also a minor.

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