Gag order on 2009 LGBT youth center shooting to be removed

By JPOST.COM STAFF
June 10, 2013 14:23

 
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Police will remove on Monday afternoon the gag order imposed on the investigation of the 2009 shooting at the LGBT youth center Bar Noar, that left two people dead and 11 wounded.

Four people have been arrested last week in connection with the investigation. Three are suspected of direct involvement in the shooting and the fourth is a high-profile figure in the LGBT community, who is suspected of a crime connected to the motive for the shooting.

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