Officer in Military Intelligence commits suicide in his office

May 31, 2009 21:08


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Major Aviya Moshe, a department head in Military Intelligence's 8200 unit, was found dead in his office early Sunday morning. Moshe committed suicide, shooting himself with his personal handgun. Military Police launched an investigation into the incident. Moshe was in his mid forties and had a daughter currently serving in the military. The motive for the suicide was as yet unclear.

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