19 and 22 year jail sentences for Sudmi brothers

September 11, 2011 18:18


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The Central District Court in Petah Tikva on Sunday sentenced two men convicted of molesting and killing a seven-year-old to lengthy prison terms.

Twenty-four year old twins Naor and Adir Sudmi were sentenced as part of a plea bargain, after they pleaded guilty to the charges against them.

Naor Sudmi was sentenced to 22 years imprisonment, which included 20 years for manslaughter and another two for sex offenses.

His twin brother Adir Sudmi was sentenced to 19 years in prison, including 17 years for sex offenses and 2 years for sex offenses.

The Sudmis had been arrested previously on suspicion of molesting and attempting to molest several other children.

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