4 reputed Aberjil family mobsters to be indicted

March 26, 2012 10:06


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Prosecutors were expected to indict on Monday several alleged members of the Aberjil crime family in Tel Aviv District Court for involvement in the murders of Avi David and Itzik Geffen from the competing Musali crime family, Israel Radio reported.

The police believe that one of the accused, Moti Hassin, is the right-hand man of Itzik Aberjil, head of the crime family. Itzik Aberjil is currently on trial in the US having been extradited from Israel in early 2011.

Police believe that Hasin has run the crime syndicate in Itzik's absence and that he has been involved in other murders in the past.

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