5 indicted for involvement in Ephraim Brigade attack

By JPOST.COM STAFF
January 8, 2012 11:22

 
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The Jerusalem District Court on Sunday indicted five right-wing activists suspected of involvement in the so-called 'price tag' attack on the IDF's Ephraim Division military base last month.

Jerusalem district prosecutors accused the suspects of collecting important military intelligence, conspiracy to riot,  entering a closed military zone and direct involvement in the attack on the Ephraim Brigade base.

The five suspects were named as Akiva Pinchas Hacohen, 27, from Yitzhar, Elad Meir, 36, from Machrasha, Ephraim Moshe Chaykin, 18,  from Jerusalem, Meir Etinger, 18, from Jerusalem and David Tzvi Eliyahu, 17, from Jerusalem.

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