Court: Evidence shows IPS failure led to Ben Zygier's death

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April 25, 2013 11:08

 
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There is prima facie evidence that the death of Ben Zygier was caused by failures of the Israel Prison Service (IPS), a report cleared for publication by the court on Thursday morning confirmed.

According do the document, there is evidence to show which specific IPS employees were responsible for Zygier's death and they may be subsequently tried.

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