Bar-Osher to ask for 25 years in jail in likely plea deal

June 9, 2011 22:44


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Mazal Bar-Osher, who is suspected of stabbing to death her neighbor Tali Attar last year in Ashdod, could be convicted of murder within a plea bargain reportedly being formulated between state prosecutors and her attorney.

Attar was eight months pregnant when she was murdered.

Based on the plea bargain, Bar-Osher will be convicted of murder with a reduced sentence. She will ask for a 25-year prison sentence, if the court approves the plea bargain.

Attar's family has strongly objected to the agreement being formulated.

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