'Mobster' Domrani jailed for 10 months; judge: He got off easy

Southern mobster Domrani

September 23, 2009 17:35


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Alleged southern mob boss Shalom Domrani was sentenced to 10 months in prison Wednesday for an attack on notorious hitman Avner Harari. Domrani attacked notorious hitman Avner Harari at a Tel Aviv car service center in February. A fistfight ensued and Domrani's men purportedly attempted to kidnap Harari. Police issued a warrant for Domrani's arrest and he was successfully captured earlier his month. According to a plea bargain, Domrani admitted to hitting Harari but not to the attempted kidnapping. Judge Zvi Gurfinkel approved the plea bargain with a heavy heart. "It is the easiest settlement imaginable," he said. Although Gurfinkel wasn't satisfied with the verdict, police breathed a sigh of relief, reported Israel Radio.

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