Galilee and Nahariya police chiefs get death threats from mobster Mor

August 16, 2009 13:38


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Galilee District Police chief Lt.-Cmdr. Menahem Hever and Nahariya chief Dept. Cmdr. Benny Abalaya received death threats from alleged mobster Michael Mor, prompting police to provide them and their families with 24-hour security, Israel Radio reported Sunday. Mor, said by police to head a crime organization in Nahariya, was one of the two alleged underworld bosses targeted by four vigilante policemen who planted a bomb beneath his car in 2006. The policemen were convicted in July.

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