India High Court releases Israeli trekker

January 23, 2012 06:35


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The Bombay High Court ordered the release of Israeli backpacker Nurit Toker, who was arrested two and a half months ago when Indian police discovered M-16 bullets in her bag, India Express reported Monday.

The court ordered police to return the 22-year-old Toker's Israeli passport.

Toker said she was unaware of the two cartridges, which were likely leftover in her bag from her IDF service that she completed shortly before her trip to India.

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