IDF commander charged in seduction of 4,000 girls

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July 11, 2010 16:01

 
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An IDF commander was charged Sunday at Tel Aviv Municipal Court with allegedly trying to seduce some four thousand girls, ages 10-16, over the internet.

According to the charges filed against him, Eyal Nahum, 25, perpetrated a number of different sex crimes over a period of several years including statutory rape and indecent acts.

Prosecutors claim that Nahum impersonated a sixteen year old on teen dating sites and in some cases succeeded in seducing minors to have sexual relations with him.

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