Nahariya 'mobster' Michael Mor to be released from prison today

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November 12, 2009 05:16


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Alleged Nahariya mobster Michael Mor will be released from prison on Thursday morning after serving an 11-month sentence for threatening judges and policemen. Mor is banned from the Nahariya area for 16 months. Mor is one of two alleged Nahariya underworld figures targeted by four 'vigilante' policemen who were sentenced to a year in jail last month. The policemen were convicted of planting bombs aimed at Mor and Rafi Ben-Shalom.

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