Court extends Dimitry and Nataliya Kirilik's remand by 7 days

Court extends Dimitry an

November 9, 2009 12:55


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The Ramle Magistrate's Court on Monday extended the remand of Dimitry and Nataliya Kirilik by seven days. The couple is in police custody on suspicion of having perpetrated one of the worst multiple homicides in Israel's history - the brutal stabbing of six members of the Oshrenko family in their Rishon Lezion home. The court also acquiesced to the police's request to release the other detained Kirilik family members, including his parents, to house arrest. A prosecutor's affidavit has been filed to the court on the intended indictment of Dimitry's father Oleg, his sister and daughter, in the near future. They will be likely be charged with perverting the course of justice and concealing evidence after the alleged murder.

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