Indictment: Partier stabbed DJ for not playing his song

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January 29, 2013 19:33

 
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The Haifa District Attorney filed on Tuesday with the Haifa District Court an indictment against Amar Shahab for stabbing a disc jockey for not playing the music he wanted.

The indictment said that on January 18, Shahab was attending an engagement party in his village.

During the party, Shahab approached the disc jockey and asked him to praise him and say his name into the microphone, which the disc jockey did.

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