Michal Aloni, who choked 2 young daughters to death in 2010, gets double life sentence

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December 29, 2014 10:16

 
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Michal Aloni, the woman who was convicted of killing her two young daughters in 2010, was sentenced to a double life sentence at the Central District Court in Lod on Monday.

Aloni choked her two daughters, Natalie 6, and Roni 4, to death in Ra'anana in November 2010.

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