Man indicted for murdering former classmate

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May 6, 2012 11:52

 
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The Haifa District Attorney filed an indictment in the Haifa District Court on Sunday, charging a 22-year-old Baka al-Gharbiya resident with shooting a local man in the head and murdering him last month.

According to the indictment, Mufid Abu Moch became enraged when his former classmate, Nahid Abu Moch, drove past his house on April 13, playing loud music and behaving in a wild manner.

Mufid and his friend, Mohammed Abu Moch, decided to arrange a meeting with Nahid where they would beat him up, the indictment charges. Allegedly, the two men telephoned Nahid and arranged to meet him at a local coffee shop.

However, the indictment said, as he and Mohammed set off to the coffee shop, Mufid decided to murder Nahid, and armed himself with a handgun and ammunition - without letting Mohammed know.

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