Lawyer slams arrests of suspects in underworld car bomb attack in Ashkelon

November 4, 2013 09:35


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Several men associated with mob boss Shalom Domrani were rounded up during an initial arrest following Saturday night's targeted car bombing of underworld figure Dror Damari, in a move which a lawyer of two of the suspects has called "false" and "handed down from higher ups," on Monday morning.

Lawyer Moti Benita said "there is absolutely no evidence that makes these men suspects," during an interview with Army Radio.

Most of the men have already been released but police say they will follow up with further investigation.

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