2 life sentences for man convicted of Beersheba murders

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July 18, 2011 14:25

 
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The Beersheba District court sentenced Adam Eital to two life sentences and an additional 15 years' imprisonment Monday for the murders of two teenagers and for attempting to murder another, who was left permanently disabled by the attack.

Eital was also ordered to pay compensation of NIS 200,000 to each of the families of the two murdered men and an additional NIS 200,000 to the third victim.

Eital was convicted last week of the murders of 16-year-old Ruslan Koviov and 17-year-old Eitan Aizmiolov, and of the attempted murder and grievous bodily harm of a third unnamed minor, known only as Aleph.

The murders occurred in February 2007 outside the Bon-Bon kiosk in Beersheba, where the three victims had started a drunken brawl with another group of men.

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