PM commends Shin Bet, police work on Itamar murders case

By JPOST.COM STAFF
April 17, 2011 15:38

 
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu commended the Shin Bet and police investigation Sunday that ended in the arrest of two suspects for the murders of five Fogel-family members. Netanyahu said that while he is unsure catching the criminals "provides a complete solution, without it there is not even a partial solution."

Speaking from the welcoming of the new Prison Service Commissioner, the Prime Minister said "I was updated on the investigation's progress in the last number of weeks and days, and I must commend the Shin Bet and police who wanted to make sure their findings were complete, not only on the murderers themselves, but also for their accomplices."

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