Bar Noar suspect's lawyer quits hours before indictment

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 8, 2013 07:21

 
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Moshe Sherman, the lawyer of suspected Bar Noar gunman Hagai Felician, has resigned on Monday morning, hours before his client's indictment, Army Radio reported.

Felician will be indicted on Monday and will reportedly be charged with the murder of two and the attempted murder of 11 at the LGBT club in the 2009 shooting.

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