4 guilty of attempted homicide in Natan Zada case

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July 29, 2013 14:04

 
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Four men from the Israeli Arab town of Shfaram have been found guilty of attempted homicide, when they attacked AWOL Israeli soldier Eden Natan Zada after he opened fire on a packed bus in the northern town in 2005.

Zada killed four people before he was pulled from the bus, restrained and beaten to death by the crowd.

Two others out of the seven defendants were found guilty of aggravated assault, and another was acquitted altogether.

All seven were found not guilty of attempted murder.

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