Court rules that actress Elimelech's partner murdered her

By JPOST.COM STAFF
March 1, 2011 12:40

 
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More than 13 years after the fatal shooting that took the life of actress and model Anat Elimelech, a family court on Tuesday ruled that David Maputo, Elimelech's former partner, murdered her and then committed suicide.

Judge Menahem Hacohen also ruled that murderer's brother, Joseph Maputo, influenced the crime scene when he took the gun from Maputo's hands and placed it near the palm of Elimelech.

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