Nahariya 'vigilante cop' shot, moderately injured

July 2, 2011 21:34


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One of the vigilante police officers from Nahariya serving time for attempting to bomb the car and home of alleged underworld crime figure Michael Mor was shot and moderately injured on Saturday evening.

Eldad Hadad, Yaniv Ashur, Yossi Levy and Rami Musa were convicted in 2009 of placing bombs in the car and home of Mor, and sentenced to a year in prison.

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