Netanya father returns to apartment to re-enact crime

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July 26, 2010 09:32

 
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Itai Ben-Dror returned to his family's apartment in Netanya to re-enact the murder of his three children for police investigators on Monday.

Ben-Dror was surrounded by six detectives to prevent area residents from harming him as he returned to the scene of the crime.

Police representatives said that during his interrogation Ben-Dror told investigators, "I murdered the kids so that they would have some peace and quiet from their mother. Today they are in heaven waiting for me."


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