Court extends remand of Sarsur, accused of killing son

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June 7, 2012 14:04

 
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Ramle Magistarte's Court on Thursday extended the remand of Muhammed Sarsur, the father of ten-year-old Anas Sarsur who was found dead near his home in Kfar Kasim on Friday with signs of violence on his body.

Police suspect Sarsur was involved in the murder of his son. He was arrested on Sunday, and his remanded was extended for the first time on Monday.

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