Police cadets march in memory of Carmel fire victims

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June 12, 2011 18:33

 
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Approximately 150 police cadets walked from Kibbutz Beit Oren to the memorial of the Carmel fire victims on Sunday. "Police officers who honor the fallen and embrace the bereaved families will be better officers," said Deputy Inspector General Yifrah Duhovny at the beginning of the march.

Last year's Carmel fire disaster claimed the lives of 44 people, most of them prison service cadets.

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