Natalia Karlick gets 13 years in jail for manslaughter

November 22, 2010 16:49


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The Central District Court in Petah Tikva on Monday sentenced Natalia Karlick to 13 years in jail, two weeks after she was convicted of one charge of manslaughter as part of a plea bargain.

The manslaughter charge was related to the murder of Edward Oshrenko by Karlick’s husband, Damian, who is still on trial, charged with the murder of six members of the Oshrenko family, including Edward and Ludmilla Oshrenko, their son Dimitri and his wife, Tatiana, and the couple’s two children, three-year-old Rochelle and five-month-old Nathaniel.

Dan Izenberg contributed to this report

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