Bereaved husband Alex Lautin testifies in trial of murdered wife

May 25, 2009 10:58


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Alex Lautin was testifying at the Tel Aviv District Court on Monday morning in the murder trial of his wife Marguerita, who was gunned down by 2 assailants during a botched underworld assassination attempt on a Bat Yam beach last July. Eye witnesses and policemen are also scheduled to testify Monday. Underworld figures Ronen Ben-Adi and Shimon Sabah, the prime suspects in the shooting, maintain they were not involved in the incident. Last month they pleaded innocent to the charges as the trial began.

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