Indictment to be presented against suspect in TA bus bomb

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December 19, 2012 09:14

 
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The Tel Aviv District Attorney's Office was set to present an indictment on Wednesday against a suspect in the November bus bombing that wounded 28 Israelis, according to Israel Radio.

The suspect, a resident of Taiba originally from Beit Lakia near Ramallah, reportedly was recruited by a terror squad affiliated with Hamas and Islamic Jihad. He allegedly placed the bomb on the Tel Aviv bus, which thereafter was detonated using a mobile device.

The identity of the man was not cleared for publication.

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