Minister Landver at Oshrenko funeral: Unbelievable they went this way

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October 18, 2009 20:00


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Hundreds of mourners, including Absorption Minister Sofa Landver and Tourism Minister Stas Meseznikov, attended the funeral of the Oshrenko family in the Givat Brener Cemetery on Sunday evening, Army Radio reported. "It's unbelievable that a family that raised such magnificent children went in this way," Landver said at the funeral. The six family members, Edward, Ludmilla, Tatyana, Dimitri, Revital and Natanel, were stabbed to death in their Rishon Lezion home on Saturday. "I was hit with shock," said Yevgenia, a friend of the Oshrenko family. "It's still hard for me to believe this has happened and I feel like I'm in a nightmare."

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