Paris mayor vows to bring Zeitouni's killers to justice

By JPOST.COM STAFF
November 27, 2011 22:41

 
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Mayor of Paris Bertrand Delanoe vowed Sunday to bring to justice those responsible for the Tel Aviv hit and run that killed Lee Zeitouni on her way to work.

Dozens of the 25-year-old victim's family and friends crowded French Ambassador to Israel Christophe Bigot's house in Jaffa earlier Sunday during Delanoe's visit to Israel, protesting the lack of litigation for Zeitouni's murderers.

Delanoe expressed solidarity with Zeitouni's family, and said the hit and run accident was "intolerable," according to Israeli media.

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