Court frees Ronnie Ron from night restraints

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 10, 2010 12:13

 
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Petah Tikva District Court accepted on Sunday the petition of Ronnie Ron, the man accused of killing his granddaughter Rose Pizem, to remove the chains he has been required to wear until now during the night and on prison breaks.

The judge ruled that based on a psychiatric examination she believed that Ron was longer likely to harm himself if he was freed from his restraints at night or during prison breaks.

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