Assaf Goldring indicted for allegedly choking 3-year-old daughter to death

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August 13, 2009 09:35

 
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Assaf Goldring, the man suspected of choking his three-year-old daughter to death, was indicted in the Petah Tikva District Court on Thursday morning. Earlier in the week, psychiatrists found Goldring fit to stand trial. According to police, Goldring was following a detailed plan to take revenge against his wife, who had initiated separation proceedings.

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