J'lem court extends remand of 3 suspects in firebombing

By JPOST.COM STAFF
August 27, 2012 13:54

 
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The Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Monday ruled to extend by four days the remands of three minors suspected of involvement in the firebombing of a Palestinian taxi in the West Bank last week.

The judge said that their was significant evidence to justify the extension of the remands and that he viewed the crime as a grave offense. Police did not publicly detail what the evidence was for fear of compromising an ongoing investigation.

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