Man suspected of murdering father sent for psychiatric test

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December 21, 2010 16:36

 
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Emile Buskila, arrested on Monday on suspicion of stabbing his father to death in Rehovot, has been sent for psychiatric evaluation by the Ramle Magistrate's Court on Wednesday. 


The 27-year-old man's custody was also extended by a week. 


Police launched a large scale search on Monday after Buskila fled the crime scene in his home, and captured him after a few hours hiding in an abandoned building near a cemetery.

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