Man convicted of 2009 murder of Ramle teen

October 24, 2011 17:26


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The Central District Court in Petah Tikva convicted Nir Haziza on Monday of the shooting murder of Ramle youth Yiftah Mor Yosef.

A panel of three judges, Ofer Grosskopf, Menachem Finkelstein and Liora Brody unanimously convicted Haziza of Yosef's murder and of the attempted murder of Einav Cohen, who had been his intended target.

According to the indictment, Haziza had a financial dispute with a man named Morris Krispil and believed that Cohen, as Krispil's friend, was also responsible for the debt.

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