Court extends remands of parents suspected of shaking twins

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February 5, 2012 14:05

 
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The Tel Aviv Magistrates' Court on Sunday ruled to extend the remands of the parents suspected of causing severe internal injuries to their twin babies by shaking them.

The mother's remand was extended until Monday, while the babies' father had his remand extended until Wednesday.

A police representative told the court that the investigation into the incident had upturned evidence he referred to as "a smoking gun," against the parents.

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