Major development in Shin Bet, Judea and Samaria police investigation

November 30, 2015 21:43


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There has been a significant development in one of the biggest cases investigated by the Shin Bet and the Judea and Samaria District police in recent years.

Though there is a comprehensive gag order that bans publishing any details, the development follows an investigation involving intensive collaboration between the security agency and the nationalist crimes unit of the Judea and Samaria District police, which works to investigate "Price Tag" attacks by Jewish extremists against Palestinians.

Police secured a gag order on the development on Monday and no further details could be given.

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