Police arrest 14 Jerusalem teens suspected of belonging to 'price tag' gang

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 6, 2013 18:58

 
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Jerusalem police in recent weeks have arrested 14 minors suspected of belonging to an organized group involved in dozens of "price tag" attacks, it was announced Sunday after a gag order on the case was lifted.

Police suspected the 14 yeshiva students from Jerusalem, aged 13-16, were part of a gang that organized nationalistically-motivated attacks against Arabs.
 

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