Hizbullah spy's family: Abdo will go home innocent

May 10, 2010 19:28


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The nephew of suspected Hizbullah spy has accused the Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) of "making a mountain out of a molehill" in the case of his uncle's arrest.

" In the end, they'll have made a mountain out of a molehill, and he will go home innocent,"
Attorney Amar Taha, Omar Said Abdo's nephew, said in an interview with Army Radio on Monday.

"This is just another Shin Bet shenanigan," the relative stated.

"We believe that he is not at all related to this niche, and that they've shown up at the wrong address," he added.

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