Bikers shoot at alleged mob boss Charlie Abutbul in Netanya

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September 7, 2010 16:22

 
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Men on motorcycles opened fire in Netanya on Tuesday, in an attempt to kill Charlie Abutbul.

Abutbul, allegedly the head of the Abutbul crime family, was at the Carmel Hotel in Netanya at the time. He was not injured.

Police are investigating the event, and suspect that the shooters were from a rival crime family.


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