Lawyer: Zygier turned down plea bargain

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February 14, 2013 17:07

 
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The lawyer who visited Ben Zygier the day before he died told The Jerusalem Post on Thursday that Zygier had turned down a plea bargain offered by the State of Israel, saying that he wanted to clear his name.

Avidgor Feldman, a respected criminal attorney, told the Post that the prisoner identified himself as Zygier, something which Israel has yet to officially confirm.

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