Dizengoff squatter charged with killing fellow homeless man

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June 22, 2012 01:49

 
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A homeless man stabbed to death a fellow squatter in an abandoned building on Tel Aviv's busy Dizengoff Square, following an argument over a piece of miniature sculpture, according to an indictment served in the Tel Aviv District Court on Thursday.

According to the indictment, the accused, 42-year-old Arkady Dorfman, frequented the abandoned building near Pinsker Street for years, spending the nights in a room there.

Dorfman is charged with manslaughter.

Alongside the indictment, the Tel Aviv District Attorney also filed a request that Dorfman be remanded in custody through the legal proceedings against him.

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