Life sentence for 2007 'Hetzi Hinam' supermarket murder

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 27, 2010 19:07

 
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The Tel Aviv District Court on Tuesday handed down a life sentence to the two men accused in a 2007 murder and violent robbery of the Holon "Hetzi Hinam" supermarket branch.

Shimon Levi, aged 32 from Ramle, and Shimon Wahabe, 22 from Rishon Lezion, were also ordered to pay NIS 150,000 compensation for the family of 56-year-old security guard Yom Tov Douek slain during the robbery attempt, in which another guard was seriously wounded.

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